the evidence that life is not a solipsistic event, since it is always intimately con-nected to the life of others, constitutes a phenomenological fact; to live for hu-man beings is always to live-with, because no one can fully exist by him/herself. If we consider beings from the point of view of psychic development, it can be proved, that the relationship with the other is a primary condition of being. At the outset, there is the relationship with the mother, where the child does not ex-ist as a discrete human being, but in a primary identification with the mother. The relationship with the other that welcomes me, is therefore the matrix pattern of the human being; A decisive quality for political action is therefore nurturing a spirit of community, which is the opposite of the desire to assert oneself, since it relies upon a relational vision of existence. A sense of community is not the simple pleasure of being with others. It is motivated by the desire to do good and to promote a good quality of life. Therefore, the art of politics demonstrates an at-titude that Aristotle attributes to all human activity, since thinking, delivering speeches and undertaking action should be understood as looking for eudaimo-nia, that is to say “living and doing well”.