Crítica y teoría del poder en Aristóteles (Análisis del libro II de la Política)

Antonio Hermosa Andújar


This article attempts to demonstrate that Book II in Aristotle’s Politics is not simply pars destruens in Aristotelic doctrine. The author has reconstructed the first theory of power in history by gathering, ordering and systematizing the diverse critics to Plato or Faleas, as well to the constitutions of Crete, Lacedaemonia and Cartago.


Aristotle; Politics; Power; Constitution

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2421-4124/5176


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