Ways of transformation of antique state of ancient Greece in the age of polis system crisis

Голованов, Сергій Олександрович (2021) Ways of transformation of antique state of ancient Greece in the age of polis system crisis Колективна (три і більше авторів). Człowiek w historii vs historia człowieka: Monografia zbiorowa. Wydawca Międzynarodowe konsorcium naukowo-edukacyjne im. Luciena Febvra, Warszawa-Paryż.

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Polis state is the political form of social organization is based on a set of free citizens - landowners. Genetically polis state associated with neighborhood community and has its backgrounds. The transformation process of polis society that Athenian state experienced during V cc BC, was defined by civilian staff stratification. Regular development of slave relations within a relatively small polis civilian staff, causing destruction of individual farms of substantial part of the landowners. It can be assumed that economic collapse of individual farms was the leitmotif of the further evolution of Athenian policy. This led to destruction of the economic basis of the state polis. Historical situation in which the social system becomes in unbalanced condition and faces a choice of further growth area according to the principles of synergy, is entitled as "bifurcation point." A period that contains a set of options that connect previous and next level of social development, is entitled "bifurcation zone". Exactly in such a zone was Athenian state at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War.

Item Type: Monograph (Колективна (три і більше авторів))
Uncontrolled Keywords: Community polis; civic group; a layer of free citizens; maritime trade; usury; democracy;
Subjects: Монографії > Видані за кордоном (окрім країн СНД)
Divisions: Факультет суспільно-гуманітарних наук > Кафедра всесвітньої історії
Depositing User: Сергій Олександрович Голованов
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2021 12:31
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2022 12:15
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/39777

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