The Politics of Aristotle

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The Politics of Aristotle

Translated, with introduction, analysis, and notes, by Peter L. Phillips Simpson

The University of North Carolina Press Chapel Hilland London

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The Politics of Aristotle
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Analytical Outline of the Politics xxxix
  • Introduction to the Politics - Nicomachean Ethics 10.9 1
  • Book I - The Primacy of the City 8
  • Chapter 2 10
  • Chapter 3 13
  • Chapter 4 14
  • Chapter 5 15
  • Chapter 6 18
  • Chapter 7 20
  • Chapter 8 21
  • Chapter 9 24
  • Chapter 10 27
  • Chapter 11 28
  • Chapter 12 30
  • Chapter 13 31
  • Book 2 - Regimes Said by Others to Be Best 34
  • Chapter 2 - The Regime of Plato's Republic 36
  • Chapter 3 37
  • Chapter 4 39
  • Chapter 5 41
  • Chapter 6 46
  • Chapter 7 50
  • Chapter 8 54
  • Chapter 9 59
  • Chapter 10 66
  • Chapter 11 69
  • Chapter 12 72
  • Book 3 - Definition and Division of Regime 75
  • Chapter 2 78
  • Chapter 3 79
  • Chapter 4 81
  • Chapter 5 85
  • Chapter 6 87
  • Chapter 7 89
  • Chapter 8 90
  • Chapter 9 92
  • Chapter 10 95
  • Chapter 11 96
  • Chapter 12 99
  • Chapter 13 102
  • Chapter 14 106
  • Chapter 15 108
  • Chapter 16 111
  • Chapter 17 113
  • Chapter 18 114
  • Book 4 - The Best Regime 115
  • Chapter 3 121
  • Chapter 4 123
  • Chapter 5 125
  • Chapter 6 126
  • Chapter 7 127
  • Chapter 8 129
  • Chapter 9 130
  • Chapter 10 132
  • Chapter 11 134
  • Chapter 12 136
  • Chapter 13 138
  • Chapter 14 141
  • Chapter 15 145
  • Chapter 16 147
  • Chapter 17 150
  • Book 5 - Education in the Best Regime 153
  • Chapter 2 154
  • Chapter 3 156
  • Chapter 5 160
  • Chapter 6 164
  • Chapter 7 167
  • Book 6 - Division and Description of the Other Regimes 170
  • Chapter 2 173
  • Chapter 3 174
  • Chapter 4 176
  • Chapter 5 182
  • Chapter 6 183
  • Chapter 7 185
  • Chapter 8 186
  • Chapter 9 187
  • Chapter 10 189
  • Chapter 11 190
  • Chapter 12 194
  • Chapter 13 195
  • Chapter 14 197
  • Chapter 15 200
  • Chapter 16 205
  • Book 7 - Destruction and Preservation of the Other Regimes 207
  • Chapter 2 211
  • Chapter 3 212
  • Chapter 4 215
  • Chapter 5 217
  • Chapter 6 219
  • Chapter 7 223
  • Chapter 8 225
  • Chapter 9 229
  • Chapter 10 232
  • Chapter 11 238
  • Chapter 12 243
  • Book 8 - Addendum on Setting Up the Other Regimes 246
  • Chapter 2 248
  • Chapter 4 251
  • Chapter 5 254
  • Chapter 6 257
  • Chapter 7 258
  • Chapter 8 259
  • Index 263
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