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one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers

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JOHN HOUSTON, "Friendship and the Human Good in Aristole.
The ancient Greeks, the inventors of democracy, described it as one amongst several political systems, whilst it was regarded by Plato and Aristole, the greatest political philosophers of all times, as a deviant phenomenon, an aberration from the standard of good government with which popular self government was not to be equated.
Aristole described it as "the sum total of three operations: the provision of a ship, the con- veyance of goods and exposure for sale".
2: Aristole and neoplatonism, essays in honour of Denis O'Brien.
Along similar lines, I want to look at gender: I want to show how it does, at least partially, make sense that my brother did not suffer depression but I did; how it works in adolescence that so much of a girl's self esteem is derived from her looks and attention from boys, and how hard it is to out-grow this; and drawing largely on Showalter's amazing book The Female Malady, how frailty, dependence, and even madness have been linked with the Western conception of woman since Aristole.