Aristotle

Aristotle

Born: 384 BC
Died: 322 BC

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Aristotle is one of the most important philosophers of ancient Greece. He contributed to a wide variety of fields, including logic, metaphysics, ethics, politics, and even medicine and agriculture. His works are one of the pillars of Western thought.

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A student of Plato and tutor to Alexander the Great, Aristotle was a prolific writer who covered a wide range of topics and fields.

His most outstanding work is "Nicomachean Ethics," in which he explores the nature of virtue. Another influential work is "Politics," in which Aristotle examines the nature of society and governments in pursuit of the goal of the common good.

Aristotle's Logic was the first structured form of reasoning and laid the foundation for Western thought. Also noteworthy is his Poetics, which deals with literary theory and rhetoric and focuses on defining the standards for tragedy and epic.

He also contributed a great deal to the natural sciences, and some of his theories have endured into modern times.

In short, Aristotle's works have shaped the course of Western thought and continue to influence various disciplines today. This makes his reading key to understanding all of Western philosophy.

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