Women, Children and Property in Plato's "Callipolis"
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The paper discusses how Aristotle does not argue logically that men are the only source of guardianship that makes them the sole owners of the household, and that these households should be isolated in their various societal roles. Furthermore, the paper notes that he makes no rational argument about the inefficiency of Plato's communal relationships, which he merely side-steps in order to promote an unequal and separate form of living standards for men and women.
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