To focus on the worth of the individual Monarch is Aristotelian. To focus on the worth of the Monarchy itself, no matter the acceptability of the steward, is Platonic. The Aristotelian will demand that only worthy men and women be allowed to rule, which, of course, leads ultimately to democracy and the Luciferian “will of the People.”
Conversely, the Platonist will demand that a weak steward of the Monarchy strive to live up to his or her noble calling, which, of course, keeps rulers and society at large focused on “the will of God.” These are two very different viewpoints, as are substantively the paradigms of Plato and Aristotle themselves.
~ Royaume France