The Politics of Aristotle and Plato

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Philosophy

 

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January 20, 2014

 

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He believed that if all went to plan, people would lead happy lives, as long as the state held its responsibilities as well. Due to Aristotle strong belief concerning his Telos, he therefore immediately discarded Plato's perceptions towards communism. Although both philosophers had similar goals in mind of happiness and peace, Plato believed communism would fulfill those aspects through equality and sharing, where as Aristotle believed it would only bring difficulties and trouble...
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Although both philosophers had similar goals in mind of happiness and peace, Plato believed communism would fulfill those aspects through equality and sharing, where as Aristotle believed it would only bring difficulties and trouble. Aristotle's main disagreement was concerning the sharing, because he thought that every individual disserved the right to their personal possessions, and if this guideline were to be broken then the joy within the state would therefore decline...
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