Aristotle

Aristotle is London cockney rhyming slang for bottle.
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Aristotle

Athenian philosopher and a student of Plato who was concerned with natural phenomena; tutor of Alexander the Great; Aristotle began teaching in Athens in 335 BCE; during that same year he founded the Lyceum (Peripatetic school); author of the Poetics, The Metaphysics, Nicomachean Ethics, among other works; when Aristotle dies in 322 BCE, Theophrate...
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Aristotle

(B.C. 384-322), the greatest thinker of the ancient world and the encyclopaedic organizer (like Herbert Spencer in the 19th century) of all knowledge. The common idea, that he and Plato are the two typical thinkers of ancient Greece, is very far astray. As the highest authority on Greek philosophy , Zeller, says, nine-tenths of the Greek thinkers w...
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Aristotle

[n] - one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers
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Aristotle

(384-322 BC) Greek philosopher who advocated reason and moderation. He maintained that sense experience is our only source of knowledge, and that by reasoning we can discover the essences of things, that is,...
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Aristotle

Aristotle: Aristotle of Stagira (384-322 B.C.), Greek philosopher and scientist. The son of a physician, Aristotle was a student of Plato but developed methods of inquiry different from those of his teacher. Unlike Plato, Aristotle felt that one could, and in fact must, trust one's senses in the investigation of knowledge and reality. Aristotle's w...
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Aristotle

Synonym for Aristotle, Asclepliad of Stagira ... <person> The son of a physician and old Asclepiad family was born at Stagira, a Greek colony on the coast of Macedonia. Aristotle was called 'The Prince of those who know.' ... He established a harmonious bridge between biology and medicine. He was adept in logic, botany, zoology and anatomy. D...
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Aristotle

noun one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers; pupil of Plato; teacher of Alexander the Great (384-322 BC)
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Aristotle

(from the article `Randall, John Herman, Jr.`) In his Aristotle (1960) Randall again placed Aristotle`s thought into its own historical context and drew out its implications and relevance for ...
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Aristotle

ancient Greek philosopher and scientist, one of the greatest intellectual figures of Western history. He was the author of a philosophical and ... [169 related articles]
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Aristotle

Type: Term Pronunciation: ar′is-tot-ĕl Definitions: 1. of Stagira, Greek philosopher and scientist, 384-322 bce. See: Aristotle anomaly, aristotelian method
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Aristotle

Aristotle (ăr"istot'ul) , 384–322 B.C., Greek philosopher, b. Stagira. He is sometimes called the Stagirite.Sections in this article:IntroductionLifeWorksPhilosophyAristotelianismBibliography
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Aristotle

Greek philosopher who advocated reason and moderation. He maintained that sense experience is our only source of knowledge, and that by reasoning we can discover the essences of things, that is, their distinguishing qualities. In his works on ethics and politics, he suggested that human happiness consists in living in conformity with nature. He der...
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Aristotle

(384-322 BCE) Greek philosopher who taught that knowledge of God is the primary form of knowledge, and the way to know God is through the intellect and rationality. Aristotle's thought (combined with Platonism) was influential in Judaism, Islam and Christianity in the Middle Ages.
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Aristotle

Lived from 384 to 322 BC. A scientist and philosopher.
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Aristotle

famous Greek philosopher who lived between 384 and 322 B. C.
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