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 Carnes Lord has argued against the sufficiency of this view, however, noting the numerous cross-references between Jaeger'​s supposedly separate works and questioning the difference in tone that Jaeger saw between them. For example, Book IV explicitly notes the utility of examining actual regimes (Jaeger'​s "​empirical"​ focus) in determining the best regime (Jaeger'​s "​Platonic"​ focus). Instead, Lord suggests that the Politics is indeed a finished treatise, and that Books VII and VIII do belong in between Books III and IV; he attributes their current ordering to a merely mechanical transcription error.[7] Carnes Lord has argued against the sufficiency of this view, however, noting the numerous cross-references between Jaeger'​s supposedly separate works and questioning the difference in tone that Jaeger saw between them. For example, Book IV explicitly notes the utility of examining actual regimes (Jaeger'​s "​empirical"​ focus) in determining the best regime (Jaeger'​s "​Platonic"​ focus). Instead, Lord suggests that the Politics is indeed a finished treatise, and that Books VII and VIII do belong in between Books III and IV; he attributes their current ordering to a merely mechanical transcription error.[7]
  
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 ^ Jump up to: a b Ebenstein, Alan (2002). Introduction to Political Thinkers. Boston, MA: Wadsworth. ^ Jump up to: a b Ebenstein, Alan (2002). Introduction to Political Thinkers. Boston, MA: Wadsworth.
 ^ Jump up to: a b Lord, "​Introduction,"​ 27. ^ Jump up to: a b Lord, "​Introduction,"​ 27.
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