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March 31 2011 POL200Y
Aristotle
Ch12 -13 Family
-Rule of husband over wife (political) and permanent
-Rule of parents over children (kingly or monarchial)
-Alleged inequality of husband to wife, his response was that its because of their
lack of intelligence within their souls. Meaning women are not governed by
reason but by passions. (Natural superiority of men to women)
Book 1
Subject of the best regime (politea)
-What kind of society/regime is the best?
-Politea (regime/constitution)
οDistribution of power in the city
οDiff regimes = diff purposes
οRegime differences = different ends
-We take democracy for granted when its just another regime for Aristotle
Book 2
The city is a partnership (what kind of partnership, partnership in what? All things?
Same things?
-Partnership in ALL things
Why might he take socrates proposals seriously like its practical?
-He scrutinizes Republic and takes Socrates as his own character
-The Politics takes proposals for cities in a practical perspective
City is many-ness rather than oneness
- (for the sake of sufficiency) it requires difference rather than sameness so city is
not of unity but a complex partnership
Women and children
-Everything is equally everyones but not exclusively someones
-everyone is everyones (Plato)
- (Aristotle) you have some of your own rather than shared by everyone else cause
you can be affectionate to your relatives and family, if everyone is shared by
everyone they will be indifferent to everyone.
Ch 4
Affection is the greatest good in the city
Book 5
No car is more yours than anybody elses private property
-Helps practice the virtue of abstainin g from others property and virtue of
generosity with what belongs to you
-No worries about who takes cares of what if people has their own stuff cause
private property decides that
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March 31 2011 POL200Y Aristotle Ch12 -13 Family - Rule of husband over wife (political) and permanent - Rule of parents over children (kingly or monarchial) - Alleged inequality of husband to wife, his response was that its because of their lack of intelligence within their souls. Meaning women are not governed by reason but by passions. (Natural superiority of men to women) Book 1 Subject of the best regime (politea) - What kind of societyregime is the best? - Politea (regimeconstitution) Distribution of power in the city Diff regimes = diff purposes Regime differences = different ends - We take democracy for granted when its just another regime for Aristotle Book 2 The city is a partnership (what kind of partnership, partnership in what? All things? Same things? - Partnership in ALL things Why might he take socrates proposals seriously like its practical? - He scrutinizes Republic and takes Socrates as his o
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