The Politics

Greek & Roman Philosophy

Author: Aristotle

An alternate cover for this isbn can be found here.‘Man is by nature a political animal’In The Politics Aristotle addresses the questions that lie at the heart of political science. How should society be ordered to ensure the happiness of the individual? Which forms of government are best and how should they be maintained? By analysing a range of city constitutions – oliga….Read More

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