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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.107.2017.tde-01092017-110937
Document
Author
Full name
Larissa Barbosa Nicolosi Soares
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Ribeirão Preto, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Coelho, Nuno Manuel Morgadinho dos Santos (President)
Magalhães, José Luiz Quadros de
Galuppo, Marcelo Campos
Nojiri, Sérgio
Title in Portuguese
Igualdade política e desigualdade econômico-social na Política de Aristóteles
Keywords in Portuguese
Anticomunismo
Aristóteles
Comunismo socrático
Criticismo
Diferença
Emoções
Igualdade política
Política
Propriedade privada
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente dissertação de mestrado tem por objetivo estudar os fundamentos da comunidade política (polis), em especial, de que modo fundamentos, como a liberdade e a igualdade, contribuem para perturbação e conservação da comunidade política, a partir do livro I e II da Política de Aristóteles. A pesquisa busca mostrar o papel relevante da crítica que Aristóteles lança à aquisição ilimitada de bens e da crítica à propriedade comum dos bens, proposta por Sócrates, na República - i.e. tal como Aristóteles compreende Sócrates - para sua visão de unidade política.
Title in English
Political equality and social economic inequality in Aristotle's Politics
Keywords in English
Anticommunism
Aristotle
Criticism
Difference
Emotions
Political equality
Politics' Books I and II
Private property
Socratic communism
Abstract in English
This thesis aims to study, based on Books I and II of Aristotle's Politics, the foundations of the political community (polis), in particular, how core principles such as freedom and equality contribute to the disturbance or to the conservation of the political community. This research intends to present the important role of both Aristotle's critique addressed to the limitless accumulation of wealth, and his critique of the common ownership of properties--proposed by Socrates in the Republic - i.e. as Aristotle understands Socrates--to constitute his vision of political unity.
 
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Publishing Date
2017-09-14
 
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