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After more than 2,300 years, the Greek philosopher Aristotle still remains one of the most influential thinkers who has ever lived. There was hardly any field of human knowledge in existence during his day in which he did not make a major contribution. Additionally, he probed areas which were never before examined. Indeed, one could make the claim that no individual person has ever known as much about this world as Aristotle. His analyses of zoology and logic paved the way for modern forensic techniques, and for which every scientist down to this day owes him a debt of gratitude. Aristotle's reach is long: ethics and political theory, theology, rhetoric and literary analysis, among many others. After Aristotle, humanity's view of reality changed forever.
Aristotle maintained that man was by nature a political animal. In his treatise on city life, which he called "Politics," Aristotle begins with a description of the family and how a community is essentially an outgrowth of the nuclear family. He wrote that a city was like an organism or machine, and in order for it to function properly, and in a manner that benefited all its citizens, the city must have an optimal social structure. As you hear this seminal work, you will be fascinated by the genius and originality of Aristotle's thinking process. His wisdom stretches across the millennia to any who have the patience to listen.