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Topic: Human Ethics: The Myth The Ring of Gyges
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The moral point of the myth “The Ring of Gyges” is about how power changes people and what they are likely to do to others when they ascend to the helm of power. A powerless person changes quite drastically once they are in power and without proper accountability, they are likely to abuse it and use it to advance their personal interests while at the expense of the interests of those who bestowed power in them. The abuse of power would subsequently result in injustices that could cause social conflicts and unrest as the people get fed up by the unending ever rising cases of injustice.
Plato is pitiful to the tyrant who has everything he wants because he (the tyrant) is always at the risk of facing vengeful retaliations from the people for the injustic