ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book III-V]

Politics by Aristotle

Book III

  • An ideal state is a body of citizens assembled together who strive for the common interests of the community. A citizen is one who has power to take part in the deliberative and judicial administration of a state. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book III-V]

ARISTOTLE: On Interpretation [Ch. 1-10]

On Interpretation by Aristotle

Ch. 1

  • Words are symbols of our mental experiences. Words differ between languages, but the mental experiences are the same. For example the English word ‘house’ differs from the Spanish word ‘la casa’ but the mental experience of both symbols is the same. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: On Interpretation [Ch. 1-10]