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The Political Thought of Plato and Aristotle

While thus looking backward, I have, in a sense, attempted to look forward. While attempting to refer Aristotelian conceptions to their sources in past specula tion, and to their basis in contemporary Greek politics, I have also attempted to discuss the value of those con ceptions to-day, and the extent to which they can be applied to modern politics. I have taken, for instance, Aristotle's conception of citizenship, of democracy, and of distributive justice, and I have tried to show how far they can be used to illustrate, and what light they can be made to throw, on the conditions of modern citizen ship, the problems of modern democracy, and the distribution of political power in the modern State.

The seven chapters v. Chapter v. Is meant to sketch the background of the Politics — its relation to contem porary history and to Aristotle's philosophical system. In chapters vi. And vii. The two conceptions of end and whole are considered, and the results are deduced which follow upon their application to politics.

Chapter viii. Deals with the moral aspect of the life of a political association, and chapter ix. With its material or economic side; but since economies are considered by Aristotle from an ethical point of view, the moral life of the State really comes under discussion in both chapters.

All these five chapters may be regarded as general prolegomena they are based on the first three books of the Politics.

In the last two chapters particular States are considered. Chapter x. Is occupied by a sketch of Aristotle's ideal State: its basis is the two books vii.

And viii. In the old order; iv. And v. In the new in which Aristotle propounds his ideal. Chapter xi. Is Concerned with actual States-principally oligarchy and democracy, and with Aristotle's suggestions for their amelioration — especially the Polity; and here I have used the three books iv.

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The Political Thought of Lato and Aristotle

This new Dover edition, first published in , and reissued in , is a unabridged and unaltered republication. It is published through the authorization of Sir Ernest Barker and special arrangement with Methuen and Company. A revised edition of the first four chapters of this book was published by Methuen and Company in under the title of Greek Political Theory: Plato and his Predecessors , and was reprinted in a third edition in A translation of the Politics of Aristotle with an Introduction, notes and Appendixes was also published by the author in , and may serve as an aid in the study of the last seven chapters of this book. I found, however, as I began to delve into my subject, that my introduction would itself need to be introduced by a preface of some length.

The end of the Nicomachean Ethics declared that the inquiry into ethics necessarily follows into politics, and the two works are frequently considered to be parts of a larger treatise—or perhaps connected lectures—dealing with the "philosophy of human affairs". The title of Politics literally means "the things concerning the polis ", and is the origin of the modern English word politics. Aristotle's Politics is divided into eight books, which are each further divided into chapters. Citations of this work, as with the rest of the works of Aristotle , are often made by referring to the Bekker section numbers. Politics spans the Bekker sections a to b. The highest form of community is the polis.

The Political Thought of Plato and Aristotle

According to Ernest Barker, the origin of political thought began with the ancient Greeks. In other words, Greek political thought is considered one of the oldest in the world. It had a profound influence on the political institutions of not only the ancient times but also of modern times. The simple reason for this is the rational mind, secular outlook and efficient management of city-states by the Greeks.

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While thus looking backward, I have, in a sense, attempted to look forward. While attempting to refer Aristotelian conceptions to their sources in past specula tion, and to their basis in contemporary Greek politics, I have also attempted to discuss the value of those con ceptions to-day, and the extent to which they can be applied to modern politics. I have taken, for instance, Aristotle's conception of citizenship, of democracy, and of distributive justice, and I have tried to show how far they can be used to illustrate, and what light they can be made to throw, on the conditions of modern citizen ship, the problems of modern democracy, and the distribution of political power in the modern State.

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The Political Thought of Lato and Aristotle

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