Aristotle

On The Education Of Youth In Music: Rhythms, Modes, Melodies

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 7, 350 B.C.E. We have also to consider rhythms and modes, and their use in education. Shall...

More On The Education Of Youth In Music

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 6, 350 B.C.E. And now we have to determine the question which has been already raised, whether...

On The Education Of Youth In Music

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 5, 350 B.C.E. Concerning music there are some questions which we have already raised; these we may...

On The Physical And Gymnastic Education Of Youth

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 4, 350 B.C.E. Of those states which in our own day seem to take the greatest care...

On The Liberal Education Of Youth

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 3, 350 B.C.E. The customary branches of education are in number four; they are- (1) reading and...

The Education Of Youth And What Should Be Taught

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 2, 350 B.C.E. That education should be regulated by law and should be an affair of state...

The Education Of The Youth

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 1, 350 B.C.E. No one will doubt that the legislator should direct his attention above all to...

The Hardy Rearing Of Children

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 17, 350 B.C.E. After the children have been born, the manner of rearing them may be supposed...

Of Marriage And The Rearing Of Children

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 16, 350 B.C.E. Since the legislator should begin by considering how the frames of the children whom...

Of The End Of Individuals And Of States

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 15, 350 B.C.E. Since the end of individuals and of states is the same, the end of...

Rulers And Subjects; Governors And Governed

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 14, 350 B.C.E. Since every political society is composed of rulers and subjects let us consider whether...

The Purpose Of Government And The Right Means To Achieve It

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 13, 350 B.C.E. Returning to the constitution itself, let us seek to determine out of what and...

Of The Placement Of Agora's And Common Tables

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 12, 350 B.C.E. As the walls are to be divided by guardhouses and towers built at suitable...

Of The Placement Of Agora’s And Common Tables

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 12, 350 B.C.E. As the walls are to be divided by guardhouses and towers built at suitable...

Cities And Their Necessary Qualities

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 11, 350 B.C.E. We have already said that the city should be open to the land and...

The Class Of Husbandmen In The State

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 10, 350 B.C.E. It is not a new or recent discovery of political philosophers that the state...

Occupations Necessary To The State

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 9, 350 B.C.E. Having determined these points, we have in the next place to consider whether all...

The Indispensable Parts Of A State

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 8, 350 B.C.E. As in other natural compounds the conditions of a composite whole are not necessarily...

Aristotle and a Synoptic Philosophy

By Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. The word "synoptic" comes to us from the Greek "sunoprikos," which means "seeing the whole together" or "taking a comprehensive view."...

The Qualities That Make For A Good Citizen

Self-Educated American, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 7, 350 B.C.E. Having spoken of the number of the citizens, we will proceed to speak of...