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ARISTOTLE'S POLITICS V AS AN EXAMPLE

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Virtuous people, unlike the rich and poor, do not form factions. What, then, is the role of philosophical argument within political argument? Politics V can be read as a handbook of practical advice that will help any rulers to stay in power, but it in fact develops a more subtle, and radical, role for philosophy in political argument. Like virtue, philosophy cannot be partisan, but the philosophical understanding of faction that Aristotle presents here makes its own contribution to political stability.

Keywords: Aristotle; ethos; faction; rheteric; stability

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-01-01

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