Politics’s genealogy: a theoretical approach
Keywords:Public sphere (Polis), Rhetoric, Self- enlargement of economical groups, limitations of public sphere.
AbstractThis article will analyse the alienation that politics has suffered since its creation. The analytical model, based on not only in the ideal type of the Greek Polis but also in the appearance of rhetoric within this public sphere, in the creation of small economical medieval groups (The Gilds in Italy) and in the creation of military and political groups (The Gulfs and Ghibellines in France) and later on in the creation of the political groups (The Whigs and the Tories in England) will reflect the limits of Politics (of Polis) as a public sphere, in which citizens should actively participate in discussing and solving common problems, through the rhetorical participation of public speakers in the Polis and the expansion of the private sphere in creating this small enterprise, political-military and political groups. It emphasises the necessity to understand and assess the city as a space where all citizens have the chance to participate in the decision making and in solving their problems.
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Zani, O. (2015). Politics’s genealogy: a theoretical approach. European Journal of Language and Literature, 1(2), 48–52. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejls.v2i1.p48-52
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