Socrates takes as his first example the tyrant.
However, he is very devoted to Claudia. First, he's an American fighter pilot whose skill is enough that he can pull Char Aznable -level maneuvers in non-GN powered mecha usually his beloved Union Flag and thereby fight Gundams one on one with no hindrance.
Second, he's A Father to His Men and an Officer and a Gentlemanpossessing personal honor that's only surpassed by Sergei Smirnov and straight on dedication to his comrades and subordinates even those that belittle him.
His one personality quirk is his strange obsession with protagonist Setsuna F. Overall, if Graham had an actual love interest, he would have been the closest Gundam iteration has made to Top Gunwhich it has attempted more than once.
Aries of Mai-Otome and Mai-Otome Zwei has some definite parallels to the US, from a suspiciously Pentagon-like structure to the attitude of Brigadier General Haruka Armitage, a Determinator to the extreme who often charges in with little to no plan.
Aries itself is mainly Beautiful being one of the good nations with Yukino being a calm assertive leader who balances out Haruka. Haruka herself introduces a bit of mixed flavor, as she's a Hot-Blooded heroine who sometimes needs to be hit over the head to keep her from rushing into something that calls for diplomacy.
GaoGaiGar is probably one of the most positive depictions of America by non-American properties. Swan White and her brother Stallion are kind, noble, and friendly—if a bit histrionic, tending toward cries of "Oh No!
So, in general, Americans are smart, polite, friendly, a bit openly emotional by Japanese standards, and possessed of The Power of Rock. Sounds about right, actually. In Beckthe eponymous band was, according to the opening song, "made to hit in America," and the band trying to make it over there was the subject of much of the series.
However, their idea of fitting in is wearing t-shirts that say "Jesus is Coming", and America is shown rather realistically despite some pretty bad Engrish signage. In the manga story, Kyosuke, Madoka, and a new girl Sayuri not Hikaru find themselves on vacation in Hawaii.
One day, Sayuri disappears after going to her room to change. After unsuccessfully searching for her, they believe her to have been kidnapped.
Later, they get a phone call in their hotel room, telling them to go to certain locations, ending in a yacht in the harbor. The owner of the yacht tells them to spend the night, and that he'll be back in the morning with their breakfast.
Since neither of them know what "breakfast" means, they assume it is something rather sinister.
After a night of drinking, the owner returns, brings them their food, and produces a gun Turns out they were mistaken for a newlywed couple who had ordered a honeymoon package of sorts, and told to go to their locations.
And Sayuri had gone off to a bar to hunt guys, completely forgetting about her friends. The OVA, however, had Hikaru actually being kidnapped by crazy mooks with guns, and ended with a final shootout, with the police or any sensible Americans nowhere to be seen.
The mile distance between the two cities doesn't mean anything to him Pluto 's America expy "Thracia" is fairly benign, although its leader is quick to give power to the Machine Behind The Man. A former high school gym coach turned military commander wearing the red, white and blue on his jacket and a Hot-Blooded Love Freak Boisterous BruiserEagleman constantly interjects exclamations of "GUTS!
Gamble Fish has King Omaha, the manga version of of Barack Obama who exudes patriotism and honor in just about every panel he's in. On the other hand, there are those especially in America who consider him an obnoxious Parody Suewith his admittedly Marty Stu -esque actions throughout the story such as reversing the Rapid Aging of two young girls by draping them with an American flag to taking on the main villain in Russian Roulette and surviving the headshot being satire of Obama's moreThis leads Socrates to consider Thrasymachus ' assertion that the life of an unjust man is better than that of a just man.
Socrates' point is that the ruler's purpose is to rule, just as a doctor's purpose is to care for his patients. Interpreters of the Republic have presented various arguments concerning the issue of whether the dialogue is primarily about ethics or about politics.
As is evident from Books I and II, Socrates’ main aim in the dialogue is to prove that the just person is better off than the unjust person. Introduction. I first started reading “The Republic” and other Plato’s dialogues when I was a teenager. The edition I read was the “Great Dialogues of Plato”, translated by W.H.D.
Rouse. The moment I picked up the thick and wordy book, I was hooked.
When viewed from the outside, The United States of America comes in different flavors. As with most stereotypes, there is a certain amount of Truth in Television in both of them..
Socrates argues that the just life is the most pleasurable and thus is happier than the unjust life. Socrates says that there is pleasure for each part of the soul, that the objects of desire approved by reason are "most true," and that the life of reason is the "sweetest." A few lines later he provides more detail. Forms of Love in Plato's Symposium - Love, in classical Greek literature, is commonly considered as a prominent theme. Love, in present days, always appears in the categories of books, movies or music, etc. Interpreted differently by different people, Love turns into a multi-faceted being. Socrates's 3 arguments in favor of a just life over an unjust life: 1. The just man is always wise and good, and the unjust man is always ignorant and bad. 2. Injustice produces internal disharmony. 3. A just person performs the functions of the human soul well, and therefore is happy.
America The Beautiful. A peaceful paradise on earth full of friendly, wise, and good-hearted people whose prosperity is their (God-given) reward for their impeccable virtue..
Theirs is a shining city upon a hill. Glaucon uses this argument to challenge Socrates to defend the position that the unjust life is better than the just life.
Adeimantus adds to Glaucon's speech the charge that men are only just for the results that justice brings one fortune, honor, reputation. Socrates establishes three arguments to demonstrate that a man who is just lives a happier and better life than an unjust man.