THE ROLE OF GRACE IN ARISTOTLE'S THEORY OF EXCHANGE

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Aristotle's unusual view that charis should play a role in exchange is defended from the criticisms of Meikle and others. Aristotle proposes to amend the conventional Athenian status transaction so that it benefits the weaker party. The stronger is rewarded with honour and increased social influence, which could protect him/her from punitive taxation or court judgments. The relations between Aristotle's views and those of Polanyi are indicated.

THE ROLE OF GRACE IN ARISTOTLE'S THEORY OF EXCHANGE

in Méthexis

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