] Aristotle’s Politics / translated and with an introduction, notes, and glossary by Carnes Lord. — Second edition. pages ; cm Includes. One of the fundamental works of Western political thought, Aristotle’s masterwork is the first systematic treatise on the science of politics. For almost three. THE POLITICS. CARNES LORD: Aristotle, The Politics, translated with a tion, Notes and Glossary. Pp. ; 2 maps. Chicago a. University of Chicago Press.
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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Ross – – The Classical Review 47 The most significant addition to the second edition is the bibliography, which offers not only a list of other translations of the Politicsbut also a selective list of major scholarship on the work. A Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics. Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Every city, therefore exits by nature, if such also are the first partnerships.
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Further enhancing this new edition is an up-to-date selected llrd. University of Chicago Press, A Guide to the Good Life. The new edition clearly follows the format set by Bartlett and Collins a translation of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethicsalso published by the University of Chicago Presswhere the footnotes are placed at the bottom of the page and the text of the translation spread evenly on the page.
How To Read Plato. The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. The change in placement of the notes makes it easier for the reader to check out a atistotle and thus reflect on what is being done in that part of the text by Lord, rather than having to flip to the back of the book which the previous edition necessitated.
Saving Politics from Philosophy Liveright Classics. The Cambridge Companion to Plato’s Republic. You submitted the following rating and review. The second edition differs from the first edition in many ways, both in the presentation of the text and in its translation.
The older also employed bolder fonts which made for a more emphatic look. The Character and Composition of Aristotle’s Politics. I suspect many readers would be interested to know why these changes were made. On Sleep and Sleeplessness Illustrated Lird.
Aristotle’s “Politics”: Second Edition
Poetics and Politics in Aristotle Carnes Lord: De Anima On the Soul. Cornell University Press, No keywords specified fix it. There Lord has a note which states: Another change from the first to the second is in the handling of the term eunomia. Others, however, will be disappointed by many of the points that I raise above and perhaps others things that this review may have overlooked. Lord has made revisions to problematic passages throughout the translation in order to enhance both its accuracy and its readability.
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They felt that the tone and style was alien to the typical English reader and would make approaching this text more, not less, difficult. Another example of a difference in the translation of the same term comes at Politics 1. Saunders – – The Classical Review 34 University of Chicago Press Reviewed by Clifford Angell Bates, Jr. March 29, Imprint: Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.
The review must be at least 50 characters long. University of Chicago Press, Further enhancing this new edition is an up-to-date selected bibliography. The Art of Rhetoric Collins Classics. Request removal from index. Bryn Mawr Classical Review This led others to attempt a more readable translation: Since we see that every city is some sort of community, and that every community is constituted for the sake of some good for everyone does everything for the sake of what is held to be goodit is clear that all communities aim at some good, and the community that is most authoritative of all and embraces all the others does so particularly, and aims at the most authoritative good of all.
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Constitution of Athens and Related Texts. But this note really does not provide the reader with an explanation of why “rule of the powerful” is a better translation than “dynasty”.