"A well-written and convincingly argued book"--George Boys-Stones, Greece and Rome
"This is an impressively learned and genuinely interdisciplinary book"--C. C. W. Taylor, International Philosophical Quarterly
"Rosler's thoroughly researched and well-argued study amply demonstrates, as it set out to do, that those scholars who think Aristotle was totally blind to them [the questions of political authority and obligation] are wrong"--David Keyt, Journal of Hellenic Studies
"Rosler's arguments are lucid and his writing is eloquent, occasionally humorous, and always pleasant. I have no doubt that Rosler's school of thought will delight over the new addition to the literature"--Ran Baratz, Bryn Mawr Classical Review
"This is an extremely detailed and learned work which scholars of Aristotle's Politics
and those interested in the question of political authority will find enormously valuable."--Cathal Woods, Polis: The Journal of the Society for Greek Political Thought
About the Author
Andres Rosler is at Universidad de Buenos Aires, and Associate Research Fellow, National Council of Scientific and Technological Reseach.