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A History of Political Theory by G.H.Sabine
Overview
This chapter provides background on the nature of the Greek city state aa a preliminary to discussing the political philosophies of Plato and Aristotle, which form part I of the book.
Introduction
Purposes

Not clear yet! Ultimately these notes on Sabine will be intended to help ground the writing of a volume on the practical side of "Positive Philosophy", but initially it provides some background for the more theoretical side.

I. The City State
This chapter provides background on the nature of the Greek city state aa a preliminary to discussing the political philosophies of Plato and Aristotle, which form part I of the book.
Social Classes

Political Institutions

Political Ideals

In this section Sabine is talking about the development of political ideas prior to their systematic exposition in Plato and Aristotle.

II. Political thought before Plato

XI. The Folk and Its Law


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