Aristotle and the 2016 Election: What Virtues Does the Political Life Require?



The Political Theory Institute at American University will host a lecture by Leslie Rubin  as part of its Political Theory Colloquium Lecture Series.

“Aristotle and the 2016 Election: What Virtues Does the Political Life Require”
Thursday, December 1st, 5:30 PM
Mary Graydon Center, Room 200

 

Leslie Rubin received her PhD from Boston College and has taught American politics, constitutional law, and American political thought at Kenyon College, the University of Houston, and Duquesne University. During most of the last quarter century, she served as the Coordinator, then the Director, of the Society for Greek Political Thought. Dr. Rubin is now an independent scholar working on the connections between Aristotle’s political thinking and the writings of the founding generation of the United States, the subject of a forthcoming book from Baylor University Press.

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