The Book of Alexander the Great, student of Aristotle titled: On the Conqueror and the Conquered.
Curiously enough, it's neither political nor social, but about the relationship with 'God' during magickal invocation and the necessity to submit to the Divine during the ritual (magickal being defined in the text as "artfully logical"). It begs two questions, how well initiated was Alexander, as well as Aristotle...
Anyone ever heard of this or own a copy?
(Maybe this should be in the book forum?)