Revolts of the Debtors: From Socrates to Ibn Khaldun


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In Book I of Plato’s Republic (380 BC), Socrates discusses the morality of repaying debts. Cephalus, a businessman living in the commercial Piraeus district, states the typical ethic that it is fai…

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