The article discusses Aristotle’s thought as regards the role of popular juries and the principles that assigned judicial power to citizens. It is precisely within the framework of this reflection that Aristotle recog- nises the founding principle behind making judgements. This is the need for the sentence to correspond to the ēthos of the constitution and therefore to that notion of «global justice», the same feeling found in a political com- munity.

Aristóteles: los ciudadanos como jueces y el concepto de justicia global

Poddighe, Elisabetta
2019-01-01

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The article discusses Aristotle’s thought as regards the role of popular juries and the principles that assigned judicial power to citizens. It is precisely within the framework of this reflection that Aristotle recog- nises the founding principle behind making judgements. This is the need for the sentence to correspond to the ēthos of the constitution and therefore to that notion of «global justice», the same feeling found in a political com- munity.
En este artículo se abordan las reflexiones que realizó Aristóteles en su Retórica y en su Política sobre el papel de los jurados populares y sobre los principios que establecen la función jurisdiccional de los ciudadanos jueces. Es en el marco de esta reflexión donde Aristóteles reconoce como principio básico de la función juzgante la necesidad de que la sentencia corresponda al ēthos de la politeía y, por lo tanto, a esa noción de «justicia global», que es el idem sentire de la comunidad política.
Aristotle; Popular courts; Justice; Law; Epieíkeia; Politeía
Aristóteles; Jueces; Justicia; Ley; Epieíkeia; Politeía
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