Please consider some of the key questions discussed in our lecture and other course materials. Examples of significant topics for this unit include, but are by no means limited to:
- Theory of Justice: How did Plato and/or Aristotle approach the question of justice in their ideal state?
- Human Nature: What did Plato and/or Aristotle think of their fellow Athenians? Especially, their ability to rule for themselves.
- Role of the State: How did Plato and/or Aristotle conceptualize the ideal state, or government? What would be its key functions?
- Politics of Virtue: Are there particular qualifications for citizens or political leaders?
- Citizenship and Obligation: How did Plato and Aristotle view citizenship? Do citizens owe anything to the state? Or, vice versa does the state owe something to them?
- Freedom: How do these classical thinkers approach the notion of human freedom?
- Equality: How should political power be distributed? Or, how should other resources and/or benefits be distributed? How did these thinkers perceive democracy–or, the rule of the many?
- Leadership: What are the qualities of good leadership? By who should the state be governed? Who should rule?
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