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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]
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ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book I]

ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book I]

• Every community is established with a view to some good; for mankind always acts in order to obtain some good. The political community, which is the highest of all, aims at the highest good. Continue reading ARISTOTLE: Politics [Book I]