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La Politique by Aristotle, Jules Barthélemy Saint-Hilaire

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC La Politique La Politique Aristote philosophe grec av JC Traduction par Jules Barth lemy Saint Hilaire Ladrange .

Ce livre num rique pr sente La Politique de Aristote dit en texte int gral Une table des mati res dynamique permet d acc der directement aux diff rentes sections .

Aristote analyse les affaires humaines en tant qu elles se d roulent dans l espace de la Cit Il d chiffre le comportement politique des hommes Tous les hommes sont des tres rationnels Tous les hommes ne vivent pas dans un cadre politique Le cadre de la vie politique qu est la cit est le mieux m me de d velopper l me humaine car il y a une t l ologie de la vie politique Un bon gouvernant est celui qui sait aussi tre command .

Liste des sections Pr sentation Livre I Livre II Livre III Livre IV Livre V Livre VI Livre VII Livre VIII

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i The plot is the source and the soul of tragedy i br br In his near contemporary account of Greek tragedy Aristotle examines the dramatic elements of plot character language and spectacle that combine to produce pity and fear in the audience and asks why we derive pleasure from this apparently painful process Taking examples from the plays of Aeschylus Sophocles and Euripides The Poetics introduces into literary criticism such central concepts as i mimesis i imitation i hamartia i error and i katharsis i purification Aristotle explains how the most effective tragedies rely on complication and resolution recognition and reversals centring on characters of heroic stature idealized yet true to life One of the most powerful perceptive and influential works of criticism in Western literary history the i Poetics i has informed serious thinking about drama ever since br br Malcolm Heath s lucid English translation makes the i Poetics i fully accessible to the modern reader It is accompanied by an extended introduction which discusses the key concepts in detail and includes suggestions for further reading, i One swallow does not make a summer neither does one day Similarly neither can one day or a brief space of time make a man blessed and happy i br br In the i Nicomachean Ethics i Aristotle sets out to examine the nature of happiness He argues that happiness consists in activity of the soul in accordance with virtue for example with moral virtues such as courage generosity and justice and intellectual virtues such as knowledge wisdom and insight i The Ethics i also discusses the nature of practical reasoning the value and the objects of pleasure the different forms of friendship and the relationship between individual virtue society and the State Aristotle s work has had a profound and lasting influence on all subsequent Western thought about ethical matters br br J A K Thomson s translation has been revised by Hugh Tredennick and is accompanied by a new introduction by Jonathan Barnes This edition also includes an updated list for further reading and a new chronology of Aristotle s life and works br br Previously published as i Ethics i, Complete texts br i Physics i tr R P Hardie amp R K Gaye br i On Generation amp Corruption i tr Harold H Joachim br i On the Soul i tr J A Smith br i Metaphysics i tr W D Ross br i Nichomachean Ethics i tr W D Ross br i Politics i tr Benjamin Jowett br i Poetics i tr Ingram Bywater br Texts partly reproduced br i Organon i logical treatises i Categories i i On Interpretation i i Prior i amp i Posterior Analytics i i Topics i amp i On Sophistical Refutations i br i On the Heavens i br i The Short Physical Treatises i natural treatises i On Memory i i On Dreams i amp i On Prophesying by Dreams i br i The History of Animals i br i On The Parts of Animals i br i On The Generation of Animals i br i Rhetoric i br Generally accepted texts omitted entirely br i Meteorology i br i On the Progression of Animals i br i Constitution of Athens i br i Eudemian Ethics i, Few if any writers in history have made major contributions to as many fields of knowledge as Aristotle br p If there are two definitive features of ancient Greek civilization writes Hugh Lawson Tancred in his wide ranging Introduction they are articulacy and competition In the city states oratorical competence was an essential asset for politicians in the Assemblies and Councils and even for ordinary citizens in the courts of law In response the technique of rhetoric rapidly developed bringing virtuoso performances and a host of practical manuals for the layman Yet if many of these were little more than collections of debaters tricks the hugely influential i Art of Rhetoric i has a far deeper purpose It is here that Aristotle B C establishes the methods of informal reasoning provides the first aesthetic evaluation of prose style and offers detailed observations on character and the emotions Persuasiveness suggests Lawson Tancred becomes for the first time a systematic and even scientific exercise it can indeed be taught but only by a deep grasp of some of the most central features of human nature His fine translation makes freshly available an epoch making work of literary criticism p