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This volume contains a clear and accurate translation of the last two books of Aristotle's Politics, together with a philosophical commentary. It is designed for both professionals and students, including those who do not know Greek. As a key document in Western political thought Politicsraises and discusses many theoretical and practical political issues which are still debated today. In Books VII and VIII Aristotle gives his fullest picture of the ideal civic community as a model for actual political systems.
Table of Contents
|Translation Andcomment||p. 1|
|1-5. the Citizen||p. 3|
|6-8. the Constitutions||p. 19|
|9-13. Justice||p. 28|
|14-18. King or Law?||p. 49|
|1-2. Political Science||p. 67|
|3-7. Subdivisions of The Constitutions||p. 73|
|8-13. Which Constitution Most Suits Most Cities?||p. 88|
|14-16. Modes of Appointing Officers||p. 112|
|Supplementary Essay||p. 125|
|Select Bibliography||p. 149|
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