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Aristotle, Politics, Book 7, section 1332b (search)
to differ from mankind, having first a great superiority in regard to the body and then in regard tothe soul, so that the pre-eminence of the rulers was indisputable and manifest to the subjects, it is clear that it would be better for the same persons always to be rulers and subjects once for all; but as this is not easy to secure, and as we do not find anything corresponding to the great difference that Scylax states to exist between kings and subjects in India, it is clear that for many reasons it is necessary for all to share alike in ruling and being ruled in turn. For equality means for persons who are alike identity of status, and also it is difficultThe emendation suggested by Richards gives ‘For equality and identity (of status) are just for persons who are alike, and it is difficult,’ etc. for a constitution to endure that is framed in contravention of justice. For all the people throughout the countr