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Politics and the Athenians

essays on Athenian history and historiography

by Frank J. Frost

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Published by E. Kent, Publishers in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Athens (Greece) -- Historiography,
  • Athens (Greece) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references

    StatementFrank J. Frost
    The Physical Object
    Pagination302 p. ;
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17150909M
    ISBN 100888666500

    The Athenian exiles, headed by the Alcmeonidae, could not by their own power effect their return, but failed continually in their attempts. Among their other failures, they fortified a post in Attica, Lipsydrium, above Mt. Parnes, and were there joined by some partisans from the city; but they were besieged by the tyrants and reduced to surrender. About The Athenian Constitution. Probably written by a student of Aristotle, The Athenian Constitution is both a history and an analysis of Athens’ political machinery between the seventh and fourth centuries BC, which stands as a model of democracy at a time when city-states lived under differing kinds of government. The writer recounts the major reforms of Solon, the rule of the tyrant.

      This new collection of Aristotle's political writings provides the student with all the necessary materials for a full understanding of his work as a political scientist. In addition to a revised and extended introduction, this expanded Cambridge Texts edition contains an extensive guide to Brand: Cambridge University Press. This book was just like being in her class: lively discussion, clear and and direct presentation of material, and a way of making you reflect on a subject in a completely new way. If you've read the Republic and think you understand the relationship between democracy and Plato's ideal state, think again.

    The War of the Peloponnesians and the Athenians by Thucydides, Thucydides and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Thucydides: the War of the Peloponnesians and the Athenians Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought by Thucydides, - AbeBooks. Introduction It was the Athenians who first came up with the word democracy. It meant literary that it was the rule by the people or demos. It was a system of governance that ended following the rise of Alexander the Great but in the last century, came back as the preferential choice of government in .


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Political communities are constituted through the representation of their own origin. The Iroquois and the Athenians is a philosophical exploration of the material traces left by that constitutional act in the political practices of the classical Iroquois and Athenians.

Tempering Kant with Nietzsche this work offers an account of political action that locates the roots of justice in its Cited by: 3. This book is the first in-depth study of the classical Athenian public sphere. It examines how public opinion was created by impromptu theatrics and by gossip, and how it flowed into and out of the civic institutions.

Athenians did not have hookah bars or coffee shops but they did socialize in symposia, gymnasia and workshops, and above all in the Agora.

These represented the Athenian 'street', an informal political space that was seen as qualitatively different from the institutional space of the assembly, the council and the courts where elite orators held sway.

The book explores how Athenians of all sorts, such as politicians, slaves and philosophers, sought to exploit the resources of the Cited by: 8. A summary of Part X (Section6) in Aristotle's Politics.

Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Politics and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Home / Ebook / Aristotle: The Politics and the Constitution of Athens (Cambridge Texts in Aristotle: The Politics and the Constitution of Athens (Cambridge Texts in $ As a direct democracy, the Athenian political system was much simpler than modern representative democracies.

In the latter, accountability can be discussed in terms of a threefold principal-agent relationship (see also the Introduction to the present volume). First, the people as a principal choose political representatives as their agents. !Conventional accounts of classical Athenian democracy represent the assembly as the primary democratic institution in the Athenian political system.

This looks reasonable in the light of modern democracy, which has typically developed through the democratization of legislative assemblies. Yet it conflicts with the evidence at our disposal. Thucydides' classic work is a foundational text in the history of Western political thought.

His narrative of the great war between Athens and Sparta in the fifth century BC is now seen as a highly sophisticated study of the nature of political power itself: its exercise and effects, its agents and victims, and the arguments through which it is defended and deployed.

The Power of Money explores monetary and metrological policy at Athens as a way of discerning the character of Athenian hegemony in midfifth-century Greece. It begins with the Athenian Coinage Decree, which, after decades of scholarly attention, still presents unresolved questions for Greek historians about content, intent, date, and effect.

But Athenians never embraced the notions of inherency and inalienability that have placed the concept of rights at the center of modern political thought. Thus the play of power that constituted life in democratic Athens is revealed as at once strangely familiar and desperately foreign, and the values sustaining the Athenian political community.

In his On the Glory of Athens, Plutarch complained that the Athenian people spent more on the production of dramatic festivals and “the misfortunes of Medeas and Electras than they did on maintaining their empire and fighting for their liberty against the Persians.”This view of the Athenians’ misplaced priorities became orthodoxy with the publication of August Böckh’s book Die.

Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frost, Frank J., Politics and the Athenians. Toronto: E. Kent, (OCoLC) But this book, which appeared only two years after Hansen’s, helped mark a watershed in the study of Athenian democracy.

While Hansen’s volume helped introduce students to the nuts and bolts of the Athenian system, Ober’s took a different, bolder tack, turning to sociological approaches for new ways of characterizing Athenian popular rule. This book argues that ancient democracy did not stop at the door of economic democracy, and that ancient Athens has much to tell us about the relationship between political equality and economic equality.

Athenian democracy rested on a foundation of general economic equality, which enabled citizens to challenge their exclusion from politics. An original work of political theory, The Iroquois and the Athenians relocates the problem of political foundations and origins, removing it from the dead logic of the social contract and grafting it onto a juxtaposed representation of the historical practices of the.

Introduction --Note on the texts --Principal events --A guide to further reading --The Nicomachean ethics, Book X, Chapter 9 --The politics --The Constitution of Athens --Glossary to The Constitution of Athens.

Series Title: Cambridge texts in the history of political thought. Other Titles: Politics. Responsibility: Aristotle ; edited by. This book is the first in-depth study of the classical Athenian public sphere.

It examines how public opinion was created by impromptu theatrics and by gossip, and Cited by: 8. Title: Aristotle on the Constitution of Athens Author: Aristotle, Edward Poste Created Date: 9/10/ PM. On the face of it, those of us who believe that Athenian democracy is an inspiration to the pursuit of democracy in America run into a stumbling block: that is, the exclusive nature of Athenian democracy.

Consider, for instance, testimony from journalist James Fallows’s recent book,More Like Us: Making America Great Again. Fallows cites a. The Iroquois and the Athenians book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

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