Socio-Political Naturalism and the History of Republican Thought: Cicero contra Aristotle

The European Legacy 26 (1):1-21 (2020)
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Recent scholarship on republicanism often looks back to Aristotle as the Greco-Roman epitome of the history of republican theory. This article contends that Aristotle offers a poor model in compari...



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