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Politics

Aristotle (384-322)

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1. 01 – Book One, Sections I-V
2. 02 – Book One, Sections VI-IX
3. 03 – Book One, Sections X-XIII
4. 04 – Book Two, Sections I-IV
5. 05 – Book Two, Sections V-VI
6. 06 – Book Two, Sections VII-VIII
7. 07 – Book Two, Sections IX-X
8. 08 – Book Two, Sections XI-XII
9. 09 – Book Three, Sections I-IV
10. 10 – Book Three, Sections V-IX
11. 11 – Book Three, Sections X-XIII
12. 12 – Book Three, Sections XIV-XVIII
13. 13 – Book Four, Sections I-IV
14. 14 – Book Four, Sections V-X
15. 15 – Book Four, Sections XI-XIII
16. 16 – Book Four, Sections XIV-XVI
17. 17 – Book Five, Sections I-IV
18. 18 – Book Five, Sections V-VII
19. 19 – Book Five, Sections VIII-IX
20. 20 – Book Five, Section X
21. 21 – Book Five, Sections XI-XII
22. 22 – Book Six, Sections I-IV
23. 23 – Book Six, Sections V-VIII
24. 24 – Book Seven, Sections I-III
25. 25 – Book Seven, Sections IV-IX
26. 26 – Book Seven, Sections X-XII
27. 27 – Book Seven, Sections XIII-XIV
28. 28 – Book Seven, Sections XV-XVII
29. 29 – Book Eight, Sections I-IV
30. 30 – Book Eight, Sections V-VII

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Summary

The Politics, by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, is one of the most influential texts in political philosophy. In it, Aristotle explores the role that the political community should play in developing the virtue of its citizens. One of his central ideas is that “Man is a political animal,” meaning that people can only become virtuous by active participation in the political community. Aristotle also criticizes his teacher Plato, classifies and evaluates six different types of constitutions and political institutions, and describes his vision of the ideal state. Aristotle’s views on women and slavery are unenlightened by today’s standards, but his work remains enduring and relevant to this day.

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Ashok

- Politics

Great book nice translation

amir khan

- political science

being a studient of political science