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Понятие «рабства» у Аристотеля

Философия и культура. 2013. № 10. С. 1393-1397.

This article analyzes the "slavery" as Aristotle understands it, as well as discusses his political concepts and theories in today's reality. The author analyzes the works of Aristotle, Plato, G. Gadamer, Fareed Zakaria. The author focuses on the fact that we can find a number of ideas in Aristotle's works, unjustly neglected or rejected today mostly because of misunderstanding, particularly with the Aristotelian concept of "domination and slavery." A "slave" as understood by this philosopher means an agrarian slave, an industrial worker, and even a modern computer programmer. According to Aristotle, slavery exists naturally and only naturally and some people are slaves everywhere, even if they are free under the law, while others can not be so, even if they are enslaved. The author also notes that the Aristotelian "nature" includes the entire universe, infused with a spiritual organization and a reasonable order. In addition, Aristotle analyzes the issues of family and education.