References and Further Reading 1. However, like the other ancient philosophers, it was not the stereotypical ivory tower existence. It is noteworthy that although Aristotle praises the politically active life, he spent most of his own life in Athens, where he was not a citizen and would not have been allowed to participate directly in politics although of course anyone who wrote as extensively and well about politics as Aristotle did was likely to be politically influential. As a scholar, Aristotle had a wide range of interests.
Passages in Aristotle are cited as follows: Politics is abbreviated as Pol. Most translations include the Bekker page number with column letter in the margin followed by every fifth line number. Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, University of Chicago Press,revised edition.
Harvard University Press, University of North Carolina Press, Saunders, Politics I—II Also of interest is the Constitution of Athens, an account of the history and workings of the Athenian democracy.
Although it was formerly ascribed to Aristotle, it is now thought by most scholars to have been written by one of his pupils, perhaps at his direction toward the end of his life.
A reliable translation with introduction and notes is by P. Ethics and PoliticsLondon: Cambridge Univerrsity Press, Keyt, David, and Fred D. Kraut, Richard, and Steven Skultety eds. Critical Essays, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, Lockwood, Thornton, and Thanassis Samaras eds. A Critical Guide, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Lord, Carnes, and David O'Connor eds.
University of California Press, Methuen, ; reprinted, New York: Frank, Jill, A Democracy of Distinction: Aristotle and the Work of Politics, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Keyt, David, Nature and Justice: Nichols, Mary, Citizens and Statesmen: University of Chicago Press,pp.
Susemihl, Franz, and R. Hicks, The Politics of Aristotle, London: Veogelin, Eric, Order and History Volume 3: Louisiana State University Press, Studies of Particular Topics 1. Fundamentals of the History of His Development, Oxford: Cambridge University Press,pp.
Oxford University Press,pp. Rowman and Littlefield,pp. Aristotelian Political Philosophy Volume 1Athens: International Center for Greek Philosophy and Culture,pp.
Critical Essays, Lanham MD:On this level, we can find more and less egalitarian positions according to the chosen currency of equality (the criteria by which just equality is measured) and according to the reasons for unequal distributions (exemptions of the presumption of equality) the respective theories regard as well grounded.
The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus. Aristotle (b. – d.
BCE), was a Greek philosopher, logician, and scientist. Along with his teacher Plato, Aristotle is generally regarded as one of the most influential ancient thinkers in a number of philosophical fields, including political theory.
By “natural justice,” Aristotle understood an equality (typically a proportionate equality) that would be justified, ultimately, by appeal to something other than an agreement or decision; it is an assignment or allotment that is justified by appeal, somehow, to “the nature of things” involved in .
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1 ARISTOTLE’S SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Aristotle ( B.C.E.) came to Athens as a young man to study in Plato’s Academy. Upon Plato’s death nearly twenty years later, Aristotle .