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Aristotle - Slavery in Politics Book 1
Aristotle, a contemporary of Plato, had a large influence in the evolution and organization of societies throughout the world. Many of his works consisted of lengthy explorations into what he considered the founding principles of happiness, virtue, honor, and reason. He founded the school of Lyceum in Athens. He theorized about the Universe and its ultimate supremacy. He believed the universe had its own telos, or purpose, that was instilled and at the same time separate from us. The universe's telos followed its own final destiny. …
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