Aristolte's Views of a Citizen

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Philosophy

 

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Chantelle H

 

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May 27, 2013

 

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He defines a citizen as "someone who is eligible to participate in deliberative and judicial office"(1275b17). He also points out that even if someone is holding an office wrongly in the city-state, he is still holding an office which is the main part of the definition of what a citizen is. So right or wrong anyone holding an office is said to be a citizen...
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So right or wrong anyone holding an office is said to be a citizen. To answer the question that is raised after reading book three one must also have a definition of the city-state and a definition of what a constitution is. For these two things help define what a citizen actually is. Aristotle defines the city-state as "a multitude of such people, adequate for life's self-sufficiency"(1275b19)...
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