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Politics by Aristotle


by Aristotle

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Unabridged Edition
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9 Hrs. 14 Min.
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Go back to the roots of Western political philosophy with Aristotle's Politics. Aristotle begins in Book I by asserting that men are "political animals". Aristotle draws from the political philosophy of his teacher Plato and breaks off from them to develop his own philosophy of true constitutions where the common good is sought after in monarchy, aristocracy, or democracy, and he explains how these constitutions can be perverted. This audio book is unabridged and translated by Benjamin Jowett, and read by a group of volunteer narrators at Librivox. Download it on MP3 today.

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