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Pubic order in the context of Greek tragedies

Tsar'kov Igor' Ivanovich

PhD in Law

associate professor of the Department of Constitutional and International Law at Volzhsky University after V.N. Tatischev

445021, Russia, g. Tol'yatti, ul. Golosova, 107

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Abstract: The article considers the process of formation of the elements of a new collective (public) experience, which in Ancient Greek traditions was called “policy”, and the reflection of this process in Greek tragedies. Greek tragedies reflected the situation of conflict in a homogenous social group. It resulted from the confrontation of public and private interest. Tragedies documented the limitedness of positive experience. Conflicts originated from the decisions the heroes had made in the context of misleading information. Such socio-political conflicts led to inevitable death of heroes. The research is based on the scientific methods of hermeneutical analysis, the historical method, the method of intellectual experiment and transcendent analysis. The author concludes that tragedies demonstrated the hopelessness of solving problems using traditional means – orders and customs – and the need to define a stable (permanent) sphere of public interest. Tragedies were a prerequisite of political philosophy in Ancient Greece, they are full of political and legal sense. Tragedies defined the political philosophy agenda for Plato and Aristotle. 

Keywords: power, conflict, individual experience, collective experience, policy, private law, public order, order, custom, law
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