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Aristotle Democracy

Aristotle's Classical Democracy Midterm Review POLS 2300 UofU

What forms of government are corrupt in Aristotle's Typology of Regimes? Which are Corrupt? Tyrany, Oligarchy, Democracy
Doctrine of the Mean The argument that virute lies between (in the mean) two vices. eg; Charity lies between Greed and Selflessness, both of which are vices.
What is a Polity? A republic or a 'mixed' government, as envisioned by Aristotle it had a strong middle class
What forms of government are true and correct in Aristotle's Typology of Regimes? Monarchy, Aristocracy, Polity (Republic)
Why are "Many heads better than One"? Meal metaphor Broader base of ideas Aristotle argued that even those who were wrong most of the time had something to contribute because sometimes a grain of truth can be found in their arguments and it'simportant to have many persepctives on the truth
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