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but by all who hear the story of the man who has committed complete and entire injustice.Aristotle Eth. Nic. 1130 b 15 uses the expression in a different sense. For it is not the fear of doingThe main issue of the Republic. Cf. 360 D, 358 E and Gorgias 469 B. but of suffering wrong that calls forth the reproaches of those who revile injustice. Thus, Socrates, injustice on a sufficiently large scale is a stronger, freer, and a more masterful thing than justice, and, as I said in the beginning, it is the advantage of the stronger that is the just, while the unjust is what profits man's self and is for his advantage.