Rhyan Phillips's Reviews > Politics
Rhyan Phillips's review
Jan 26, 12
Read from December 21, 2011 to January 26, 2012
In the Politics, Aristotle, like Plato before him and Socrates before him, proves himself superior in the art of pseudo-rational pedantry and pontificating speculation. There are some interesting ideas presented, some potentially good and some just humorous. Like most writings of this nature, this books best trait is to get you thinking and flexing brain muscles, particularly as it pertains to government in this case. There wasn't anything in particular about this book that made it 4 star worthy, I just tend to be a fan of Greeks and philosophers.
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