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  1. Aristotle's Poetics for Screenwriters: Storytelling Secrets From the Greatest Mind in Western Civilization by Michael Tierno, 2002-08-21
  2. Aristotle: The Politics and the Constitution of Athens (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Aristotle, 1996-10-13
  3. The Rhetoric and the Poetics of Aristotle (Modern Library College Editions) by Aristotle, 1984-02
  4. Aristotle and an Aardvark Go to Washington by Thomas Cathcart, Daniel Klein, 2008-01-01
  5. The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
  6. Aristotle's Children: How Christians, Muslims, and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Middle Ages by Richard E. Rubenstein, 2004-09-20
  7. Metaphysics - Aristotle by Aristotle, 2009-02-01
  8. Aristotle: Introductory Readings by Aristotle, 1996-10-01
  9. Aristotle: The Desire to Understand by Jonathan Lear, 1988-02-26
  10. Aristotle's On the Soul and On Memory and Recollection by Aristotle, Translated by Joe Sachs, 2002-09-01
  11. The Nicomachean Ethics (Oxford World's Classics) by Aristotle, 1998-07-09
  12. Aristotle's Metaphysics by Aristotle, Translated by Joe Sachs, 2002-03-01
  13. Harry Potter and Philosophy: If Aristotle Ran Hogwarts
  14. Aristotle: Selections by Aristotle, 1995-10-01

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22. Biography Of Aristotle | List Of Works, Study Guides & Essays | GradeSaver
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    Study Guides and Essays by Aristotle Aristotle's Ethics Aristotle's Metaphysics Aristotle's Poetics Aristotle's Politics Aristotle Aristotle was born in 384 BC, in Stagira, near Macedonia at the northern end of the Aegean Sea. His father, Nicomachus, was the family physician of King Amyntas of Macedonia. It is believed that Aristotle's ancestors had been the physicians of the Macedonian royal family for several generations. Having come from a long line of physicians, Aristotle received training and education that inclined his mind toward the study of natural phenomena. This education had long-lasting influences, and was probably the root cause of his less idealistic stand on philosophy as opposed to Plato. Aristotle's father died when he was a boy, and Aristotle was left under the care of his guardian Proxenus. When Aristotle was seventeen, Proxenus sent him to study at Plato's Academy in Athens, the heart of the intellectual world at the time. Aristotle remained at the Academy for twenty years, until Plato's death in 347 BC. Although Aristotle was Plato's most promising student, Aristotle did not succeed Plato as head of the Academy because of their opposing views on several fundamental philosophical issues, specifically regarding Plato's theory of ideas. As has already been noted, Aristotle was more concerned than Plato with the actual material world, and did not believe that the only thing that mattered is the realm of ideas and perfect forms.

23. Aristotle
aristotle. With the possible exception of Plato, aristotle, 384322 BC, is the most influential philosopher in the history of Western thought. Logic into the present century
LIFE Aristotle was born in 384 BC in Stagira in northern Greece. His father, Nicomachus, was a physician with close connections to the Macedonian court, which were maintained by Aristotle and by his school even after his death. It may have been his father's influence that gave Aristotle a strong interest in anatomy and the structure of living things in general, helping him develop a remarkable talent for observation. In 367, Aristotle went to Athens to join Plato's Academy, first as a student, then as a teacher. Plato had gathered around him a group of outstanding men who worked in a wide variety of subjects, ranging from medicine and biology to mathematics and astronomy. They shared no common doctrine but were united by the systematic effort to organize human knowledge on a firm theoretical basis and expand it in all directions. This effort, more than anything else, characterizes Aristotle's own work. It was also part of the Academy's program to train young men for a political career and to provide advice to rulers. Thus, after Plato's death, Aristotle joined (347) the court of Hermias of Atarneus, and later went (343) to the court of Philip II of Macedonia, where he became tutor to the young Alexander the Great. In 335, Aristotle returned to Athens to found his own school, the Lyceum, or Peripatus. Whereas the Academy had become rather narrow in its interests since Plato's death, the Peripatus under Aristotle and his successor, Theophrastus, pursued a wider range of subjects than the Academy ever had. In particular, prominence was given to the detailed study of nature. After the death of Alexander the Great in 323, anti-Macedonian feeling in Athens rose, and Aristotle retired to Chalcis, where he died the following year.

Philosopher, born at Stagira, a Grecian colony in the Thracian peninsula Chalcidice, 384 B.C.; died at Chalcis, in Euboea, 322 B.C
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The greatest of heathen Philosophers , born at Stagira, a Grecian colony in the Thracian peninsula Chalcidice, 384 B.C.; died at Chalcis, in Euboea, 322 B.C. His father, Nicomachus, was court physician to King Amyntas of Macedonia . This position, we have reason to believe, was held under various predecessors of Amyntas by Aristotle's ancestors, so that the profession of medicine was in a sense hereditary in the family . Whatever early training Aristotle received was probably influenced by this circumstance; when, therefore at the age of eighteen he went to Athens his mind was already determined in the direction which it afterwards took, the investigation of natural phenomena. From his eighteenth to his thirty-seventh year he remained at Athens as pupil of Plato and was, we are told, distinguished among those who gathered for instruction in the Grove of Academus , adjoining Plato's house. The relations between the renowned teacher and his illustrious pupil have formed the subject of various legends , many of which represent Aristotle in an unfavourable light. No

25. Aristotle
aristotle (Greek Ἀριστοτέλης Aristot lēs) (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great.
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Aristotelianism Main interests Physics Metaphysics, Poetry Theatre Music Rhetoric, Politics Government Ethics Biology Zoology Notable ideas Golden mean, Reason, Nirvana, Logic , Passion Influenced by Parmenides, Socrates Plato Heraclitus Influenced Alexander the Great Avicenna, Averroes, Maimonides, Albertus Magnus, Thomas Aquinas Ptolemy Copernicus Galileo , and most of Islamic philosophy, Jewish philosophy, Christian philosophy, Western philosophy, and science in general Aristotle Greek: 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher , a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great . He wrote on many subjects, including physics metaphysics, poetry, theatre music logic rhetoric, politics government ethics biology and zoology. Together with Plato , and Socrates physical sciences profoundly shaped medieval scholarship, and their influence extended well into the Renaissance , although they were ultimately replaced by modern physics. In the biological sciences, some of his observations were only confirmed to be accurate in the nineteenth century. His works contain the earliest known formal study of

26. Aristotle - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
aristotle (Stagira, Macedonia 384 BC – Chalicis, Euboea, Greece, 7 March 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher. He was one of the most important philosophers in the history of
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Aristotle, marble copy of bronze by Lysippus, Louvre Museum. Aristotle (Stagira, Macedonia BC – Chalicis, Euboea , Greece, 7 March 322 BC ) was a Greek philosopher . He was one of the most important philosophers in the history of Western civilization It is said that Aristotle wrote many books, but only a much smaller number survives. Aristotle was the boyhood tutor of Alexander the Great , who later sent him plants and animals from parts of his new empire.
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Aristotle's father Nicomachus , was the doctor of King Amyntas of Macedonia . From his eighteenth to his thirty-seventh year, Aristotle lived in Athens , as a metic and student of Plato At about the age of eighteen, he went to Athens to continue his education at Plato's Academy . Aristotle remained at the academy for nearly twenty years, not leaving until after Plato's death in 347 BC. He then traveled with Xenocrates to Asia Minor . While in Asia, Aristotle traveled with Theophrastus to the island of Lesbos , where they researched the botany and zoology of the island. Soon after Hermias' death, Aristotle was invited by

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    29. Aristotle And The Science Of Being Qua Being
    A study of the definition of metaphysics as science of being qua being in the work of aristotle.
    by Raul Corazzon - e-mail: rc[at] Click on the image for the mobile version For an Overview see the Index of the Pages or the Alphabetical Index of the Philosophers: A-F G-O P-Z ; you can also download the page as or see the Table of Contemporary Ontologists (PDF) SEARCH in this site: Change of Address: August 13, 2010 this site moved from to
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    30. Aristotle Quotes - The Quotations Page
    Humor is the only test of gravity, and gravity of humor; for a subject which will not bear raillery is suspicious, and a jest which will not bear serious examination is false wit.
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    A flatterer is a friend who is your inferior, or pretends to be so.
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    All human actions have one or more of these seven causes: chance, nature, compulsion, habit, reason, passion, and desire.
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    Humor is the only test of gravity, and gravity of humor; for a subject which will not bear raillery is suspicious, and a jest which will not bear serious examination is false wit.

    31. Aristotle [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
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    Aristotle (384—322 BCE)
    Aristotle is a towering figure in ancient Greek philosophy , making contributions to logic, metaphysics, mathematics, physics, biology, botany, ethics , politics, agriculture, medicine, dance and theatre. He was a student of Plato As a prolific writer and polymath, Aristotle radically transformed most, if not all, areas of knowledge he touched. It is no wonder that Aquinas Cicero . Aristotle was the first to classify areas of human knowledge into distinct disciplines such as mathematics, biology, and ethics. Some of these classifications are still used today. As the father of the field of logic, he was the first to develop a formalized system for reasoning. Aristotle observed that the validity of any argument can be determined by its structure rather than its content. A classic example of a valid argument is his syllogism: All men are mortal; Socrates is a man; therefore, Socrates is mortal. Given the structure of this argument, as long as the premises are true, then the conclusion is also guaranteed to be true. Aristotle’s brand of logic dominated this area of thought until the rise of modern propositional logic and predicate logic 2000 years later.

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    (384–322 bc). Greek philosopher. aristotle was born in the obscure Chalcidic village of Stagira, far from the intellectual centre of Greece. His father Nicomachus was court
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    Home Library Health World of the Mind (384–322 bc). Greek philosopher. Aristotle was born in the obscure Chalcidic village of Stagira, far from the intellectual centre of Greece. His father Nicomachus was court physician to King Amyntas III of Macedon, and it is pleasing to speculate that Nicomachus encouraged his son to take an interest in matters scientific and philosophical. However that may be, in 367 Aristotle migrated to Athens, where he joined the brilliant band of thinkers who studied with Plato in the Academy. He soon made a name for himself as a student of great intellect, acumen, and originality. On the death of Plato in 347, Aristotle moved to Asia Minor, where he spent some years devoted principally to the study of biology and zoology. In 343 he moved to Pella, where he served as tutor to King Philip's son, the future Alexander the Great. (What influence Aristotle may have had on that obnoxious young man is uncertain.) After further migrations, Aristotle returned to Athens in 335, and for the next decade engaged in teaching and research in his own school in the Lyceum. He fled from Athens on the death of Alexander in 323, and died a year later in Chalcis. His will, which has survived for us to read, is a humane and touching document. Aristotle was a polymath: his researches ranged from abstract logic and metaphysics to highly detailed studies in biology and anatomy; with the possible exception of the mathematical sciences, no branch of knowledge was left untouched by him. His contributions were both innovatory and systematic: no one man has achieved more, no one man has had greater influence, and Aristotle remains, in Dante's phrase, 'the master of those who know'.

    33. The Philosophy Of Aristotle - Page 1
    A series of essays on aristotle and Aristotelian philosophy, and criticism from a radical perspective.
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    34. Aristotle: Facts, Discussion Forum, And Encyclopedia Article
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    35. Aristotle's Political Theory (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
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    First published Wed Jul 1, 1998; substantive revision Fri Jul 19, 2002 Aristotle (b. 384 - d. 322 BC), was a Greek philosopher, logician, and scientist. Along with his teacher Plato, Aristotle is generally regarded as one of the most influential ancient thinkers in a number of philosophical fields, including political theory. Aristotle was born in Stagira in northern Greece, and his father was a court physician to the king of Macedon. As a young man he studied in Plato's Academy in Athens. After Plato's death he left Athens to conduct philosophical and biological research in Asia Minor and Lesbos, and he was then invited by King Philip II of Macedon to tutor his young son, Alexander the Great. Soon after Alexander succeeded his father, consolidated the conquest of the Greek city-states, and launched the invasion of the Persian Empire. Aristotle returned as a resident alien to Athens, and was close friend of Antipater the Macedonian viceroy. At this time (335-323 BC) he wrote or at least completed some of his major treatises, including the Politics . When Alexander died suddenly, Aristotle had to flee from Athens because of his Macedonian connections, and he died soon after. Aristotle's life seems to have influenced his political thought in various ways: his interest in biology seems to be expressed in the naturalism of his politics; his interest in comparative politics and his sympathies for democracy as well as monarchy may have been encouraged by his travels and experience of diverse political systems; he criticizes harshly, while borrowing extensively, from Plato's

    36. Greek Philosophy: Aristotle
    aristotle represents for most of us an icon of difficult or abstruse philosophical thinking; to know aristotle often provokes hushed whispers even from highly educated people.
    Aristotle represents for most of us an icon of difficult or abstruse philosophical thinking; to know Aristotle often provokes hushed whispers even from highly educated people. For all this reputation, though, Aristotle is actually quite an easy read, for the man thought with an incredible clarity and wrote with a superhuman precision. It really is not possible to talk about Western culture (or modern, global culture) without coming to terms with this often difficult and often inspiring philosopher who didn't get along with his famous teacher, Plato , and, in fact, didn't get along with just about everybody (no-one likes a know-it-all). We can say without exaggeration that we live in an Aristotelean world; wherever you see modern, Western science dominating a culture in any meaningful way (which is just about everywhere), Aristotle is there in some form. Alexander the Great . Although Alexander was a stellar pupil, Aristotle returned to Athens three years later, founded his own school, the Lyceum, and taught and studied there for twelve years. Because Alexander began conquering all of the known world, Macedonians became somewhat unwelcome in Athens and Aristotle was accordingly shown the door in 323. He died a year later. empirical . As a result of this belief, Aristotle literally wrote about everything: poetics, rhetoric, ethics, politics, meteorology, embryology, physics, mathematics, metaphysics, anatomy, physiology, logic, dreams, and so forth. We aren't certain if he wrote these works directly or if they represent his or somebody else's notes on his classes; what we can say for certain is that the words, "I don't know," never came out of his mouth. In addition to studying everything, Aristotle was the first person to really think out the problem of

    37. Aristotle - History For Kids!
    Overview includes sections on myth of his suicide, writings, and bibliography. Biography addressed to kids.
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    A papyrus with a scrap of Aristotle's "Politics" Aristotle's father was Nicomachus, a doctor who lived near Macedon, in the north of Greece. So unlike Socrates and Plato , Aristotle was not originally from Athens. He was not from a rich family like Plato, though his father was not poor either.
    When Aristotle was a young man, about 350 BC , he went to study at Plato's Academy. Plato was already pretty old then. Aristotle did very well at the Academy. But he never got to be among its leaders, and when Plato died, the leaders chose someone else instead of Aristotle to lead the Academy. Probably Aristotle was pretty upset about this. Soon afterwards, Aristotle left Athens and went to Macedon to be the tutor of the young prince Alexander, who grew up to be Alexander the Great . As far as we can tell, Alexander was not much interested in learning anything from Aristotle, but they did become friends.
    When Alexander grew up and became king , Aristotle went back to Athens and opened his own school there, the Lyceum (lie-SAY-um), in competition with Plato's Academy. Both schools were successful for hundreds of years.

    38. Aristotle Definition Of Aristotle In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    aristotle (ăr'ĭstŏt`əl), 384–322 B.C., Greek philosopher, b. Stagira. He is sometimes called the Stagirite. Life. aristotle's father, Nicomachus, was a noted physician.

    39. Aristotle
    Short biography, with special attention paid to the impact of his Poetics.
    Home Ancient Theatre Medieval Theatre 16th Century ... Email Us ARISTOTLE (384-322 B.C.) A RISTOTLE was born in Stagira in the year 384 B.C. The most trustworthy biographical account of his life is by Dionysus of Halicarnassus, in his Epistle on Demosthenes and Aristotle The Poetics (or, The Poetic , according to the translation) of Aristotle is the earliest critical treatise dealing with dramatic practice and theory. Besides being a summing-up of the first great age of dramatic activity, it has exercised incalculable influence over the dramatists of all European and many other nations. There are few if any important contributions to dramatic theory and criticism which fail to take account of the work, but owing to its obviously incomplete form, the many corrupt portions of the text, its compact and elliptical style, it has been constantly misinterpreted, misquoted, and misunderstood. The famous Unities , the terms "Imitation" and "Purgation," have in particular proved troublesome to the Italian critics of the Renaissance and to their followers in France. Of late years, however, a number of valuable annotated editions, with copious notes and explanatory matter, have gone far to clear up the misunderstanding.

    40. Aristotle - New World Encyclopedia
    aristotle (Greek Ἀριστοτέλης Aristot lēs) (384 B.C.E. – March 7, 322 B.C.E.) was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato, and teacher of Alexander the Great.
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    Ancient philosophy Name: Aristotle Birth: 384 B.C.E. Death: March 7, 322 B.C.E. School/tradition: Inspired the Peripatetic school and tradition of Aristotelianism Main interests Politics, Metaphysics , Science, Logic Ethics Notable ideas The Golden mean Reason Logic Biology , Passion Influences Influenced Parmenides Socrates Plato Alexander the Great ... St. Thomas Aquinas , and most of Islamic philosophy , Christian philosophy, Western philosophy and Science in general Aristotle (Greek: Aristotélēs B.C.E. – March 7, 322 B.C.E. ) was a Greek philosopher , a student of Plato , and teacher of Alexander the Great . He wrote on diverse subjects, including physics, metaphysics , poetry (including theater), logic , rhetoric, politics, government, ethics biology , and zoology . Along with Socrates and Plato, he was among the most influential of the ancient Greek philosophers , as they transformed Presocratic Greek philosophy into the foundations of Western philosophy as it is known today. Most researchers credit Plato and Aristotle with founding two of the most important schools of ancient philosophy, along with Stoicism and Epicureanism Aristotle's philosophy made a dramatic impact on both Western and Islamic philosophy. The beginning of

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