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A Critique Of Plato's Theory Of The State With Reference To The Role Of Education In Promoting Social Equality In Kenya
Plato's theory of the state visualizes an ideal state (polis) comprising three classes of people: the producers, auxiliaries and philosopher-kings. The lowest class (producers) makes the basic necessities needed for the society's survival while the auxiliaries defend the state against aggression. The highest class, philosopher-kings rule the state because they are the most educated. For Plato, education in society should equip individuals with skills to enable them function in their respective classes in which they are naturally slotted based on their intellectual endowment.
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