Aristotlememo[2] - Sam Miller-Little February 14, 2006...

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Sam Miller-Little February 14, 2006 Presentation on Aristotle City-States and Constitutions: A Presentation on Legislation The early section of our class’ second reading from Politics primarily focuses on a multitude of issues dealing with almost all aspects of forming, running, and the nomenclature of a government. I decided to focus on two primary subjects: citizenship and city-states as well as the five different types of constitution. Initially, he attempts to “see what [a] city-state is.” He attempts to do this by breaking up a city-state into its parts; the first, and most important, component proves to be the citizens. Aristotle grapples with several definitions of what, exactly, constitutes a citizen. He mentions many qualifications for citizens—special naming for young children, elderly people, people who’s mother was a slave, bastard children, people who’s mother was a citizen, people who’s father was a citizen, people who’s parents were both citizens, and finally people who participate in judgment and office. Ultimately, Aristotle
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2007 for the course GOVT 1615 taught by Professor Hendrix,b during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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