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Thrasymachus could, I think, have revised his thesis to be that: The just (or, justice) is whatever the ruling party believes to be to its advantage (whether or not it actually is). That would appear to be the amended description of the facts. But Thrasymachus is not willing to make that particular amendment; rather he chooses to redefine the word 'ruler' instead.
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Were Thrasymachus not a Sophist willing to engage in eristic for the sake of winning (or appearing to win) the argument, would not 339d-e be the point at which he admitted that he did not know what he thought he knew (namely, "what justice is")? That point is Socratic elenchus or refutation by the method of making evident the hidden [or, implicit] contradiction in a general statement or thesis. (This method has been shown earlier in the dialog when discussing the thesis "Justice is rendering to each what befits him".) Socratic refutation is philosophy's path to . Thrasymachus, however, chooses to revise his thesis (although he does not admit it is a revision), which is a "theory" in the sense that it attempts to account for all the data of experience with regard to what is called "justice"; but even a theory put forward by a Sophist is not infinitely plastic.
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It takes lots of strength to raise a child and if a same sex couple wants to take on that commitment then they have the right to adopt a child because they are showing that they will love and raise the child.