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Author and Citation Information for "Aristotle’s Political Theory"

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Author and Citation Information for "Aristotle’s Political Theory"

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	author       =	{Miller, Fred},
	title        =	{Aristotle's Political Theory},
	booktitle    =	{The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy},
	editor       =	{Edward N. Zalta},
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	year         =	{2017},
	edition      =	{Winter 2017},
	publisher    =	{Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University}



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