Aristotle on Political Enmity and Disease: An Inquiry Into Stasis

State University of New York Press (2000)
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Explores Aristotle's theory of the causes that give rise to stasis ('civic disorder'), and provides an original and systematic account of his understanding of political justice and friendship



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