Everything you need to understand or teach Politics (Aristotle) by Aristotle.
Aristotle, the author of this classic work on politics, was a Macedonian, living under a monarchy. During his lifetime, the monarch of his native land changed three times. The second time it was a man who was a private student of his, Alexander the Great, who effectively furthered a plan for conquest set forth by his father.
The book has only survived in its current form through numerous translations. It is only a part of the author's work. Within the context of his era, the philosopher Aristotle developed into a prominent educator, writer and lecturer. His career was unquestionably advanced by friends of great local political might and wealth. Despite Aristotle being a foreigner and not a citizen of it, the city-state of Athens was the host of Aristotle's educational and research institute, The Lyceum. Athens was a city of ancient Greece, and the Lyceum became one of...
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