The Politics of Aristotle Topics for Discussion

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Do you think that slavery is ever natural? Defend your answer.

Do you think that the Master-Slave dynamic has any representations in contemporary American society? Discuss this with the understanding that incarceration is the one form of legal slavery presently occurring in the USA, but that informally, 'wage slavery' is a commonly recognized form of bondage.

Do you think that this ancient Greek thinker has relevance today? In other words, is his work actually important or is The Politics better suited to being a museum piece with no other value in our time and culture?

Do you think that Thales of Miletus made a statement for all philosophers or just about himself when he made a lot of money from a wine-press monopoly?

Please describe the difference between the rule of statesmen and the rule of monarchs.

Define 3 advantages and 3 limitations of currency.

Name 5 attributes of city-state...

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