For almost three decades, Carnes Lord’s justly acclaimed A glossary defines key terms in Aristotle’s philosophical-political vocabulary. Lord. Lord also outlines Aristotle’s conception of political science, tracing its Carnes Lord is the author of Education and Culture in the Political. THE POLITICS. CARNES LORD: Aristotle, The Politics, translated with a tion, Notes and Glossary. Pp. ; 2 maps. Chicago a. University of Chicago Press.

Author: Yozshukora Akishura
Country: Mongolia
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Education
Published (Last): 10 November 2011
Pages: 232
PDF File Size: 7.19 Mb
ePub File Size: 12.58 Mb
ISBN: 342-1-22215-897-9
Downloads: 73756
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Febar

Poetics and Politics in Aristotle Carnes Lord: Cornell University Press, Translated with an Introduction, Notes and Glossary. Aridtotle – – The Classical Review 34 Others, however, will be disappointed by many of the points that I raise above and perhaps others things that this review may have overlooked.

In the second edition, the passage reads Lord1: The choice of footnotes will doubtless help students, scholars, and interested readers to solve the problems of textual analysis and interpretation more quickly and in the process of reading the text. These evening lectures were The Kinds of Constitutions: Read comments on this review or add a comment on the BMCR blog.

Aristotle‚Äôs “Politics”

Asymmetries, Epistemological and Ethical II. Wristotle enhancing this new edition is an up-to-date selected bibliography. The second edition differs from the first edition in many ways, both in the presentation of the text and in its translation. Every city, therefore exits by nature, if such also are the first partnerships.


Some scholarly readers would like to know the rationale behind the changes in ariztotle The Politics Carnes Lord: Books I and Ii. This is what is called the city or the political community. Faction in General IV.

The partnership arising from [the union of] several villages that is complete is the city.

Carnes Lord (ed.), Aristotle’s “Politics”: Second Edition – PhilPapers

In the glossary for the second edition he has two entries for the Greek word hypothesisone entry for “Basic Premise” Lordand pooitics for “Presupposition” Lord For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: Slavery and Slavishness III.

The Penguin Politics Trevor J. Another example of a difference in the translation of the same term comes at Politics 1. The Right and the Good II. Justice as Proportional to Merit: University of Chicago Press Amazon. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.

Bryn Mawr Classical Review Ross – – The Loord Review 47 University of Chicago PressFeb 15, – Philosophy – pages.

But this note really does not provide the reader with an explanation cwrnes why “rule of the powerful” is a better translation than “dynasty”.

University of North Carolina Press.

Aristotle’s “Politics”: Second Edition

Faction and Particular Constitutions VI. History of Poltical Thought.

Aristotle – – Modern Library. Events in Politics and Current Events. This led others to attempt poljtics more readable translation: This entry has no external links.


Bryn Mawr Classical Review

Yet in many ways one wishes that the notes more fully addressed the reasons why Lord decided to make changes he now does make in his translation for the second edition.

Lord has made revisions to problematic passages throughout the translation in order to enhance both its accuracy and its readability.

I start with the Greek term dynasteiawhich plays a key role in Politics 4. They felt that the tone and style was alien to the typical English reader and would make approaching this text more, not less, difficult. University of Chicago Press, The older also employed bolder fonts which made for a more emphatic look. Aristotle – – Hackett Publishing Company.

The Politics of Philosophy: University of Chicago Press Nowhere does Lord in the second edition give the reader aristootle explanation why he shifted from the words he used in the first edition to the new words he uses in the second. University of Chicago Press,