Socrates’ conclusion

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At 445a-b in Republic, Book IV, Glaucon is persuaded that Socrates has successfully shown that being a just person is desirable in itself and profitable for the individual – that is, that having a just character (being a just person) is more valuable for the individual than any good that can be achieved through unjust action. Briefly state Socrates’ conclusion in this passage. Then explain how he argues for this claim. Bring in any points from Book IV that you think are needed to show how Socrates tries to defend the value of being a just person.
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