Premium Content Comparison of Aristotle's and Machiavelli's Philosophies
By Shenjun Xu - December 14, 2009
The conflict between the ideal and the reality has long been the center of the debate in the history of political philosophy. Many famous philosophers have constructed an imaginary world upon which their entire theories are based. They believe an ideal model of the state, which serves as the final goal of human society, can guide people on a…
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