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Plato and Aristotle on War and Peace

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Plato and Aristotle on War and Peace

Arnopoulos, Paris (1997) Plato and Aristotle on War and Peace. Philosophia: Yearbook of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Academy of Athens, 27-28 (97-98). pp. 142-152. ISSN 1105-2120

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Abstract

This study investigates the consequences of classical theory on war and peace, as it responds to Plato's and Aristotle's works. The Greek philosophers dealt with the causes of war and the conditions of peace and tried to solve the serious problems that arise from them, considering them as the most important opposing conditions of macropolitics. Here we will explore the way in which the two philosophers expose and explain the existence of organized violence on a large scale, and their related proposals for the establishment and maintenance of a better and more peaceful world. Although the ideas and practice of the Greeks twenty-five centuries ago have been just a single example in world history

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Political Science
Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Authors:Arnopoulos, Paris
Journal or Publication:Philosophia: Yearbook of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Academy of Athens
Date:1997
ID Code:983200
Deposited By: DANIELLE DENNIE
Deposited On:06 Nov 2017 20:31
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:56
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