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The term ‘state’ is quite close to other but different terms, such as country, nation, political system, nation-state and empire. To make things even more complicated, these terms are often confused or loosely used as synonyms. We do not get a clear picture of what is meant by the term ‘state’ by simply looking at the different ways it is used (or misused) today. We have to be more systematic, and we can do this by following in the footsteps of the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384–322 bc). He began with the question: What distinguishes a state from other forms of social life?
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