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Security: Politics, Humanity, and the Philology of Care by Author John T. Hamilton

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I've followed John Hamilton's career from his high school band to one of the most respected literary scholars of our time. For many years we were neighbors, living in the same building. I feel privleged to have witnessed his musical progression and his strong work ethic. He is one of my greatest inspirations. I think he still holds the title as the youngest person ever to be offered tenure at Harvard University. His newest book Security: Politics, Humanity, and the Philology of Care is highly recommended.

The reason for posting this video is that he briefly explains Aristotle's view on the model for democracy.... Asphaleia. The explanation beings at 6:29 in this short video lecture.

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John Hamilton Professor of Comparative Literature Harvard University -

Princeton Press review of his book Security -

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Short promo video -

You can't expect to wield supreme executive power just because
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