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16. Athenian Democracy (cont.)
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16. Athenian Democracy (cont.)

Professor Donald Kagan: I was trying to describe to you how the Athenian democracy in its full form, after the reforms that were instituted by Pericles, after the death of Ephialtes, how that system worked and I had described what

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MAN IS BY NATURE A POLITICAL ANIMAL
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MAN IS BY NATURE A POLITICAL ANIMAL

MAN IS BY NATURE A POLITICAL ANIMAL. ARISTOTLE (384–322 BCE). People come together to form households, households to form villages, and villages to form cities. The purpose of our lives is to lead a “good life.” We have developed ways

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7. The Mixed Regime and the Rule of Law: Aristotle’s Politics, I, III
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7. The Mixed Regime and the Rule of Law: Aristotle’s Politics, I, III

Professor Steven Smith: I’ve always been told that any serious introduction to political philosophy has to start with a big piece of Plato. We’ve made some effort to do that. Now, we have to move on. So we move to

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Aristotle - अरस्तु कौन था ?- Western Thinkers - Philosophy & Political Science optional
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