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One of Aristotle's classics works, appropriately known as Politics, focuses on community and political organization. It was Aristotle's belief that the best way forward, was for the citizens of communities to come together, to secure a stable and self-sufficient life.
In Politics, Aristotle discusses a variety of different regimes, and methods of community, organizing that would ensure success for the many, providing a convincing argument on the usefulness of Democracy. He also goes into some detail on the structures of different types of governments, including dictatorships, monarchies, and constitutional democracies.
This work also examines a variety of additional subjects, including slavery, economics, and the family unit. As one of the most renowned thinkers in history, Aristotle makes it clear that he believes virtue to be more important than the acquisition of property. Politics provides good reflection for those studying the world's governments of today.
Public Domain (P)2017 A.R.N. Publications
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