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  1. K. Cherry & E. A. Goerner (2006). Does Aristotle's Polis Exist 'by Nature'? History of Political Thought 27 (4):563-585.
    Aristotle claims man is a political animal and that the polis exists by nature. Taking literally his analogy between the legislator and the craftsman, Aristotle's critics contend that he 'blunders' because the polis is artificial, devised by a legislator/founder and imposed on a people. We defend Aristotle's claims by showing, first, how Aristotle's claim that man is by nature an animal possessing logos -- speech/reason -- grounds his account of the natural development of the polis out of the earliest partnerships (...)
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  2. E. A. Goerner & Walter J. Thompson (1996). Politics and Coercion. Political Theory 24 (4):620-652.
  3. E. A. Goerner (1990). Response to Hall. Political Theory 18 (4):650-655.
  4. E. A. Goerner (1983). Thomistic Natural Right: The Good Man's View of Thomistic Natural Law. Political Theory 11 (3):393-418.
  5. E. A. Goerner (1979). On Thomistic Natural Law: The Bad Man's View of Thomistic Natural Right. Political Theory 7 (1):101-122.
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  6. E. A. Goerner (1975). On Patrick Riley's "on Kant as the Most Adequate of the Social Contract Theorists". Political Theory 3 (4):467-468.
  7. E. A. Goerner (1972). Aristocracy and Natural Right. American Journal of Jurisprudence 17 (1):1-13.
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