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Oxford: Blackwell. A textbook for university-level courses on the history of Western political thought. Gives social and philosophical background to accompany readings of primary texts and explains core concepts. Augustine but also has sections on historical context ancient Athenian democracy, Roman Republic, and Christianity.
Miller Jr. Freedom, reason, and the polis: Essays in ancient Greek political philosophy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Univ. These twelve essays explore central questions in ancient political philosophy. Ten of the twelve papers focus on the works of Plato and Aristotle. Lane, Melissa. Ancient political philosophy. In The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy.
Edited by Edward N. Rowe, Christopher, and Malcolm Schofield, eds. The Cambridge history of Greek and Roman political thought. The most important reference work in the area of Greek and Roman political philosophy and political thought.
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Political Aspects of the Classical Age of Greece
What is the role of costumes and props in Greek drama? Answer in relation to one tragedy and one comedy at least. Revermann, M. Marshall, C. Csapo, E. Mueller, M. Lee, M. The great polis presented itself as a model of democracy, a cultural center of the Greek world, which it dominated by its wealth and power.
At the height of its glory Athens was the cradle of the most elegant and refined art, the most eloquent and deep philosophy and the most complex and moving tragedy; it was a city admired and feared, a symbol of the Greek world. Today, when we study the ancient democracy, we continue to be fascinated by the great achievements of the Athenians but we also see the down sides of their political system.
After the Persian Wars and successful confrontation with the Great King and his huge armies the Athenians gained a great sense of the virtues they posses. This is most obvious where all these virtues are united to form a political ideal.
Ancient Greek Civilization
The democratic ideal, invented by the Greeks, supposed a type of society formed by the free and willingly acceptance of its members. All citizens were equal and they obeyed only the law. Thus Greece became the model for all that was civilized, rational and by contrast the barbarians embodied different stages of irrational thought. But we should not characterize the Greek — barbarian distinction as ethnocentrism. Most of the Greek texts refer not to innate features but to achieved ones.
We become barbarians living among barbarians and we can learn the Greek way of life. We have here a beautiful declaration of universalism.