England City for The entire theoretical enterprise of structuring and organizing the city-state was simply a pattern . . . laid up for the man who wants to see and found a city within himself.4 Despite the time and effort spent discussing the nature of the just political regime, the person who knows what is best for himself, Plato concludes, won’t mind the political things. He will concern himself solely with his own city, that is, with the microcosmic city of his soul. An unjust city, like an unjust soul, Plato maintains, is at war with itself. England City 2016.