human character

Both in the Republic (Bk 2-3) and in the Statesman, Plato is very concerned that two aspects of the human character—its aggression and its gentleness and love of learning—point in opposite directions and need to be bound or woven together. What aspects more exactly does he have in mind, and do you think the problem has the seriousness he evidently thinks it has?

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