* There are several introductions to this book.
* Political science is as relevant today as it has been through out human history.
* As far as we know, the vast majority of Aristotle's writings were lost a long time ago.
* There is an unconfirmed story that The Politics was unpublished at the time of Aristotle's death.
* From there, it was preserved privately until the Arabs acquired it, translated it, and passed on the knowledge inside of it.
* Other scholars then gained access to The Politics.
* St. Thomas Aquinas, a Catholic scholar, made The Politics famous in the modern world.
* Currently, the book is used in universities world wide.
* Aristotle's work is an introduction to history and political theory.
* T.A. Sinclair, the translator, writes the first introduction about Aristotle's life.
* The second introduction is written by another British scholar who focuses on preparing the contemporary reader...
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