Concepts of Corruption

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Concepts of Corruption

Plato’s Critique of Government
Cuddeback, John, Ph.D.
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Plato’s critique of corrupt political orders is fundamentally a moral indictment of the citizens. His views of society and the common good express basic insights shared by the great Christian tradition of moral and political thought. This lecture gives points for self-examination regarding how we contribute to the common good of our society.

This lecture was given at two different times and locations. The resources are listed as such.

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Video: Version One

Video: Version Two

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