Plato and Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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October 22, 2015

 

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It puts us in touch with our strong emotions. Aristotle also believes that this monarchy run by the perfect ruler that Plato describes would be ideal, if it were possible. However, Aristotle doesn't believe that a perfectly just person exists. Aristotle says that "if" such a perfectly just person did exist he would be a "God among men", and there are no gods among men...
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Aristotle says that "if" such a perfectly just person did exist he would be a "God among men", and there are no gods among men. So, Aristotle discounts the possibility of the existence of such a form of government, and moves on to government systems that he believes could realistically exist. Plato can imagine pure justice, and can imagine man who is purely just...
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