Aristotle's Ethics and Plato's Republic: A Structural Comparison

Dialogue 21 (03):483-500 (1982)
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The paper demonstrates a fifteen-point structural correspondence between plato's "republic" and aristotle's "nicomachean ethics". The more interesting points of correspondence are discussed, as are the three passages in each work that have no analogue in the other, and that are not explained by aristotle's dealing with politics in a different work. Possible explanations of this detailed correspondence are considered
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