The prevailing views on the origin of the state in ancient world

The similarities and differences between the ancient Greek and Orientalist views on the origin of the state

  • Abdusolikhova Yulduzkhon Tashkent State University
Keywords: The origin of state, Ancient Greece, Ancient views Orientalist views, Ancient civilizations

Abstract

The present paper studies the views on the origin of the state which prevailed in ancient world as well as identifying the key similarities and differences between the ancient Greek and Orientalist views on the origin of the state. Views of ancient people as of the East, so of the West are embodied in their legends and strict convictions. The author examines the views of different ancient civilizations and comes to the conclusion that the common feature of the political thought at that times is the justification of the divine origin of power.

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Published
2020-08-06
How to Cite
Yulduzkhon, A. (2020). The prevailing views on the origin of the state in ancient world. The International Journal of Social Sciences World (TIJOSSW), 2(01), 103-108. Retrieved from https://www.growingscholar.org/journal/index.php/TIJOSSW/article/view/43
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