Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]

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Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]

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Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]

Cheraman Perumal Nayanar

Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]

Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]

Slavery, Women, and Society in Aristotle’s Politics: A Muslim Perspective ristotle held that there were natural distinctions between male and female,[1] free and slave,[2] and civilized and barbarian.[3] He is usually characterized as a more [...]