1. Describe the story of the ring of Gyges.
2. What does Glaucon think both the just and the unjust person would do with the ring? Does he think that the actions of the just person would be different form the actions of the unjust person?
3. What does Glaucon think the story reveals about what motivates people to be just? What does Glaucon think the story reveals about whether justice is good only for its consequences?
4. Describe Socrates’ analogy of the many-headed monster. How does he use this as a response to the claim that justice is only good for its consequences rather than good in itself?