Aristotle politics book 4

Aristotle politics book 4 - Christina Zinkel The mystery of...

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Unformatted text preview: Christina Zinkel The mystery of what regime is best for a certain region is a mystery to all but those under it and the learning of what would best suit the people is a science that varies by place. With a regime come all sorts of laws and necessities for lively hood are learned by the constituents and as a new one takes form they must learn as they go. The study of what is overall best thus cannot be determined however a seemly good situation may work semi-universally which is the goal of studying regimes. The different kinds of regimes in place show the differing needs of places. The form in power not necessarily condemned if it works but there are certainly some viewed as better because they are freer than others. As democracy is viewed the most favorable it seems to allot for more of the people to have a say as is necessary in certain cultures. Though for some a more defined leadership may make some feel at ease though they may not always have the best skills for the tasks at hand despite their ancestors...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course PLS 170 taught by Professor Allen during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.

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Aristotle politics book 4 - Christina Zinkel The mystery of...

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