Aristotle: Living Well

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Philosophy

 

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Todd C

 

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April 1, 2015

 

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At large social gatherings, political discussions were high numbers and not at all out of the ordinary. In fact, one who did not discuss such endeavors was often times viewed as unintelligent or unfit for society since they were not educated in political means. Interestingly enough, Aristotle stated that laborers, or "people who work with their hands", were simply incapable of living this sort of polis lifestyle as they did not have enough time to immerse themselves in the political world of the time since they had to spend so much time hard at work...
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Interestingly enough, Aristotle stated that laborers, or "people who work with their hands", were simply incapable of living this sort of polis lifestyle as they did not have enough time to immerse themselves in the political world of the time since they had to spend so much time hard at work. Aristotle likened these laborers to that of slaves, in the fact that they both were subjected to intense work loads as well as being excluded from membership within a polis, yet slaves were viewed as having a different purpose within the city-states...
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