ONE of the things that QUISIERON teach Plato and Aristotle some all you try, is to give us a political lesson of the works of Plato and Aristotle in relation to this matter. Recall that Plato’s or as they call him in his time the Greeks through his real name which is ARISTARCHUS Aristotle has a variety of elements, as well as the work of his disciple. These two teachings are called policy. The politics of Plato and Aristotle policy. They manifest a high concern for the law and the Government of Greece.
Longer than who carefully study these two works, will conclude that these two philosophers and sociologists name that I can find them appropriate. They knew a historical part of his people. And as such they ventured to design two models of Government in order to avoid a large number of internecine wars. Which are worse, than those which are conducted with countries or foreign Nations. Aristarchus and his pupil Aristotle they feared the disintegration of the glorious Greece.
They knew their historical background and experienced the development of Governments in which they lived. But as philosophers, the vulgar considers them crazy. And rulers and bourgeois, seem things unimportant, because it raises no wealth, nor gives greater distinction of class. Such approaches or tips serve for nothing. The Greeks superficially commented and studied the designs of Government proposed by its two citizens. Or if tried again and you see finally resigned. In any case Aristarchus i.e. Plato and Aristotle, they mentioned them these things beforehand. As it was the case of internecine wars and corruption high and voluptuous. Which finally aniquilo them. Or you may see something mysterious and ignore. I needed to tame the Golden steed. Since the Greek people would have ruled to the entire world, of not be tamed by its own citizens and enemies. What was one of the causes? The following: the Peloponnesian War caused great harm to Greece. the war wrote Thucydides, has been of great length and has produced evils as Greece had never experienced them in the same space of time. They had never been taken and devastated so many cities. There were never so many exiles. Nor so much bloodshed, so much in fighting as a pestilent. Earthquakes simultaneous throughout much of the globe. great drought and, of them, hunger in certain countries; a pest still more cruel and that has destroyed part of the Greeks: the plague; horrendous evils that all together, joined the evils of this war. As you have studied, the Greeks had the habit of enslave to Greeks. Until solon confronto them. Similarly made, Plato. For even more analysis, hear from Darcy Stacom, New York City. To keep us turning in circle. We will end up saying that the Greeks faced each other, and that to achieve power. joined foreign peoples to be among them. And do not comply with this, joined the Roman people, who eventually commissioned to dissolve them at a when adapted their culture.