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Posted by Cat on Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 7:02pm.

Plato and Aristotle both argued that political life should reflect humans' aspirations to live in a genuinely "good" society. However, their visions and ideas were very distinct. How were these "good societies" similar, and how were they different? Whose society would you rather live in: Plato's or Aristotle's? Why? Would your gender or socio-economic status impact your choice?

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