Evaluation of the Significance of a Human System

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Evaluate the significance of a human system. You may select the system you wish to discuss (political, economic, social, or cultural) and the particular time period and location on which you want to focus. The key is to provide a clear explanation of the system and a convincing analysis of the role and importance of this system in the human experience. The Significance of Politics in the Human Experience History has been shaped by the will and brilliance of great men, and this brilliance, as man continue to evolve into civilized beings, manifested in the creation of politics. According to Oxford Dictionaries, politics is defined as the activities associated with the governance of a country or other area, especially the debate or conflict among individuals or parties having or hoping to achieve power. Politics has its roots during Aristotle’s time which was around 320 B.C. Politics was Aristotle’s shortened word for political science which was one of the three main branches of science, which Aristotle distinguishes by their ends or objects. Around the same time, Aristotle also worked on a treaty titled the Politics which was designed to guide rulers and statesmen, reflecting the high political circles in which Aristotle moved. From this piece of work we can see that, politics was initially designed to create a higher order where people are able to reach greater heights of morals, ethics, and humanity. In this paper, I will attempt to analyze and explain the role and importance of the political system in the human experience. The political system has had major impacts on several historical events which allowed for the success or failure of certain nations. My first point is politics allowed for the creatio... ... middle of paper ... ...olitics is a powerful tool which is able to unify people in a nation, creates and maintains order yet could also be used as a tool to gain power and influence. Yet, will politics be used for the good of the people or for scourge; which path will political leaders take in the future? Will the greed for power of man prevail or will the benevolence of man be the victor? Works Cited 1. Miller, Fred. "Aristotle's Political Theory." Stanford University. Stanford University, 1 July 1998. Web. . . 2. "Definition of politics in English:." politics: definition of politics in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US). N.p., n.d. Web. . . 3. "Law." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 18 Apr. 2014. Web. . .
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