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Aristotle's Politics : living well and living together

Author: Eugene Garver
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2011.
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"'Man is a political animal, ' Aristotle asserts near the beginning of the Politics. In this novel reading of one of the foundational texts of political philosophy, Eugene Garver traces the surprising implications of Aristotle's claim and explores the treatise's relevance to ongoing political concerns. Often dismissed as overly grounded in Aristotle's specific moment in time, in fact the Politics challenges  Read more...
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Named Person: Aristotle.; Aristotle; Aristoteles; Aristotle.; Aristoteles; Aristoteles.; Aristoteles
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene Garver
ISBN: 9780226284026 0226284026
OCLC Number: 709890524
Notes: "Completes a trilogy on Aristotle: Aristotle's Rhetoric: an art of character (University of Chicago Press, 1994) and Confronting Aristotle's Ethics: ancient and modern morality (University of Chicago Press, 2006) were the first two books in the series"--Preliminaries.
Description: xi, 300 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Aristotle's Politics: living well and living together --
Book I: Slavery and the will to power --
Book II: Aristotle's state as a work of art --
The justice of book III and the incompleteness of the normative --
Practical knowledge and the four orientations to the best --
Factions and the paradox of Aristotelian practical science --
The best life and the common life --
Conclusion: people as political animals.
Responsibility: Eugene Garver.
Local System Bib Number:
007453046

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