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Plato's Dialectical Cut at Socrates' Soul from The Being of the Beautiful Within the range of the political kingdom, one of the most significant philosophical questions arises, "what's the best regime?" It's clear that the best regime is just one of complied consent. There still appears to be problem in deciding the best way to the desired ending. Politics, the ruling force, functions in the realm of opinions. Its counterpart, philosophy, is an endeavor to substitute opinions about political things. This "political science" is the process of acquiring political knowledge for the directing of political existence. The transformation from opinions to understanding is through the dialectic process. This "political science" isn't without its problems. It is plagued by relativism and nihilism. These problems tend to make politics unreceptive to philosophy. What doctrine is really best seen at a confrontation between the bible and town. It is by no surprise that these two conflicting views are seen in various characters in The Being of the Beautiful. The obvious question now becomes "Does Plato make a dialectical cut in Socrates' spirit involving Theaetetus and Young Socrates?" In answering this question it will become essential to assume that the being of this beautiful is not contained in 1 personality, and therefore, may not be a character whatsoever. It's critical then to take up the characteristics of the two Theaetetus and Young Socrates compared to what the amazing is. In so doing, it is going to offer the foundation for political knowledge. To begin, Theaetetus is a youth just returned from battle. War, being the harshest of all teachers places under the duress of requirement. This is a fo...