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Raymond Polin
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978-1840143010
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1840143010
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Ashgate Publishing; 1st Edition edition (September 1, 1998)
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read First published in 1998, this volume compares the political ideals and ideas of Plato and Aristotle to examine whether they are relevant in that era of American constitutional crisis.

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It compares Plato and Aristotle's principle points of agreement and disagreement including neglected and misunderstood concepts

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Raymond Polin has been Professor of Political Science and Theory at St. John's University for three decades. in History and Government from New York University, GSAS, New York.

First published in 1998, this volume compares the political ideals and ideas of Plato and Aristotle to examine whether they are relevant in that era of American constitutional crisis.

Plato and Aristotle on Constitutionalism book. An Exposition and Reference Source. The author, Raymond Polin, felt that debate had been hampered by focusing too strongly on America’s existing constitutional system, and hoped that exploring the roots of Western political tradition and alternative conceptions of constitutionalism might increase the kind of understanding humanity should seek.

The author, Raymond Polin, felt that debate had been hampered by focusing too strongly on America’s existing constitutional system, and . 6. Plato’s More Sophisticated Political Theory: The Laws. 7. Biographical Note on Aristotle.

The author, Raymond Polin, felt that debate had been hampered by focusing too strongly on America’s existing constitutional system, and hoped that exploring the roots of Western political tradition and alternative conceptions of constitutionalism might increase the kind of understanding humanity should seek.

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Plato and Aristotle on Constitutionalism: An Exposition and Reference Source (Avebury Series in Philosophy) . Bachelor, New York University, 1940; Master of Arts, New York University, 1941; Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1959.

Plato and Aristotle on Constitutionalism: An Exposition and Reference Source (Avebury Series in Philosophy) (This text, with its definitions of contract theories and.

Plato and Aristotle both used their definitions of "form" to overcome their relative problems when it came to knowledge. Form for both philosophers was able to classify all things: chairs are chairs because they reflect the form of a chair. However, their precise definitions of form did differ. He did not see the human condition as a trap distracting the mind from truth, instead Aristotle believed we could use the body as a tool to aid us in learning.

This text, with its definitions of contract theories and political concepts and its treatment of constitutionalism builds, a link from Plato and Aristotle to the present. It compares Plato and Aristotle's principle points of agreement and disagreement including neglected and misunderstood concepts. Concluding that Plato and Aristotle are not too relevant to the modern scientific-industrial ago (and outdated with regard to women and slavery), but they did contribute to eventual development of the scientific attitude and modern limited government (constitutionalism).