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Practise/Plato/Bubner: even he already knows this concept. Here, however, the mere possession of means is mere dynamism: rhetorical power.
Much fortune is no value, because it is not a goal yet. Goals must be set separately.
The confusion of means and goal makes the powerful powerless.
The what-want is an inner, indissoluble relation between action and goal, asymmetry. Due to the structure of the practice, it has already been recognized as "good".
Practice/Plato: Specialism inaugurates no practice, it must be surpassed.
Practice/Plato: "to do his own" is his formula for everyone's role in the state, but everyone can do it only in the context of the whole without overlooking the whole.
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992