Plato’s argument for censorship

24 September, 2009

“Children cannot distinguish between what is allegory and what isn’t, and opinions formed at that age are usually difficult to eradicate or change; it is important that the first stories they hear shall aim at producing the right moral effect.” (Republic, Book Two, 378).

Source: Plato vs. Grand Theft Auto

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