Aristotle and Political Assumptions

Aristotle was the first philosopher to deduct their political assumptions, the search focused on logical foundations of justice, bringing the essence of complete systemic concepts, for example, in a speech calling for justice. In politics, influenced by logical reasoning, characteristic of his speech, ethics, and might only be a logical formula for Justice and portrayed by Kelsen, to translate into more universal language. If a right which gives an individual a, b, a right to B, the requirement of distributive justice is satisfied if the relationship between the value of A and the value b is equal to the proportion of value by a value B. If persons A and B are equal, the rights to be given to each is the same as well. This formula is based on the metaphysics of natural law is called by Aristotle, distributive justice. She wanted to explain why some people deserve more than another principle which requires the allocation of credit.

This test is defined as impartial, supported by the logic of the derivation of the principle of equality, directly involves the decisions of the Government of the City-State. Its content, so it is uncertain and is related to defense or rejection of democracy. In addition, the law does not pursue this course and justice in their speeches referred to the other conditions for the existence of Justice. The content of the law is important to have a logical way to work, unlike the works of Plato. Aristotle, says that legitimacy, reason and equity, are in a plane different from the material of the law.

| October 14th, 2010 | Posted in General |

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