1) Aristotle’s “Politics” critiques Plato’s radial proposals to reform the Greek city state (Plato’s “three waves”) and proposes in their place a “realistic” plan to create a stable, virtuous city. What is Aristotle’s critique of Plato, and what is his realistic alternative to Plato’s perfectly just city? How successful is Aristotle’s attempt to surpass Plato? 2) What is the good or best life for the city and for the individual according to Aristotle? Be sure to discuss Aristotle’s views in his “Politics” as well as in his “Nicomachean Ethics”.
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