Teoría de la justicia e idea del derecho en Aristóteles

  1. García Soto, Luis
Dirixida por:
  1. Liborio Luis Hierro Sánchez-Pescador Director

Universidade de defensa: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Fecha de defensa: 14 de xuño de 2010

  1. Alfonso Ruiz Miguel Presidente/a
  2. Julián Sauquillo González Secretario/a
  3. Lorenzo Peña Vogal
  4. María José Añón Roig Vogal
  5. Ricardo García Manrique Vogal
  6. Eusebio Fernández García Vogal
  7. Carlos Thiebaut Luis Andre Vogal

Tipo: Tese


ABSTRACT The aim of this thesis is to study justice and law in Aristotle¿s thought by using the post-structural method of Roland Barthes. Our research covers six chapters. In chapter I, ¿Introduction: Method¿, we introduce the subject , the theory of justice and the idea of law in Aristotle¿s philosophy, and the method of our research. In chapter II, ¿Corpus, Texts¿, we approach Aristotle¿s work by describing concentric circles. First, we offer a general view of his life and works. Afterwards, we overview his recognized and preserved works: logic, rhetoric, poetics, physics, cosmology, zoology, psychology, metaphysics, politics and ethics. In chapter III, ¿Texts on Justice and Law¿, we choose four texts: Rhetoric, Constitution of Athens, Politics and Nicomachean Ethics. In these four texts we find what we call ¿mentions¿, ¿themes¿ and ¿systematisations¿ of justice and law and another related terms (for example: laws, constitution, rights,...) In chapter IV,¿Analysis and Interpretation¿, we point out these terms in those four texts and we examine how Aristotle uses them: how he relates and how he applies these terms. In other words, we try to establish the Aristotelian vocabulary about justice and law, and also its syntax, its semantics and its pragmatics. Finely, we state our ¿results¿ (chapter V) and our ¿conclusions¿ (chapter VI). Our research includes also an epilogue, ¿Aristotle again¿, and an appendix, ¿Tax System and Justice in Aristotle¿.