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An Aristocrat in Ancient Greece Series

By: Stathis Timothy Mylonas
Narrated by: Daniel Junior Sabweira
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Publisher's Summary

What is the purpose and essence of things? How does society work? What is the form of society? Are social ranks, laws, and orders dictated by law or by nature?

In these fundamental questions, ancient Greek philosophers have first tried to give their answers. Aristotle was the first among them who examined things by the power of logic (logic is derived from the Greek word λογική (spelled logiki)).

This audiobook is helpful to politics, managers, and CEOs, as well as those people who want to develop entrepreneurial, leadership, and business skills. The innovation of this audiobook is that the translation is made by Stathis Mylonas, a Greek native lawyer, PhD candidate, speaker of four languages, and citizen of the world. Its aim is to produce a series of audiobooks in as much simple English as possible and to emphasize the meanings in a way that is easy to understand. It is up to you, the listener, to judge the outcome of this effort!

Furthermore, this audiobook is also useful to every American citizen and/or citizen of the world who wants to analyze the modern American political (and/or global) scenery. Let us not forget that the American Empire is based on the principles defined by ancient Greek civilization and ideals (the other country that has applied ancient Greek principles in its constitution is Switzerland).

One might ask: How can such an ancient text beside its philosophical value help today's listener?

The answer is given by another aancient writer, Thucydides, who said (Thucydides: III 69-85): “The sufferings which revolution entailed upon the cities were many and terrible, such as have occurred and always will occur, as long as the nature of mankind remains the same; though in a severer or milder form, and varying in their symptoms, according to the variety of the particular cases”.

©2019 Stathis Mylonas (P)2019 Stathis Mylonas

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