Political philosophy

 
1.Aristotle argues that” Every art and inquiry, and similarly every action and intentional choice, is held to aim at some good” (Nicomachean ethics). If we follow this logic we arrive at a hierarchy of goods, at the top of which we find a good that is desired for itself, and not for the sake of something else. Taking this teleological perspective of Aristotle’s into account, explain how human beings as (Zoon Politican) are related to the cities in which they live. Answering this question entails outlining Aristotle’s notion of (Zoon Politikan) and explaining in what sense “the city” can be argued to be natural.

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