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Aristotle Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 3 pages of information about the life of Aristotle.
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As a formidable student, researcher, teacher, and philosopher in virtually all scientific disciplines, Aristotle had a profound impact on the way science and mathematics is practiced and investigated today. His analytical method, now known as Aristotelian logic, is the backbone of not only mathematics, but of all the natural sciences.

Aristotle was born in 384 B.C. in Stagirus, Greece. His father Nicomachus, a doctor, was appointed as the King of Macedonia's personal physician while Aristotle was a child. Nicomachus passed away around 374 B.C., leaving Aristotle to be raised and educated by a guardian, Proxenus of Atarneus.

At age 17, Aristotle moved to Athens where he enrolled in Plato's Academy. Here he excelled in the study of rhetoric and dialectic, which he also taught when he became an instructor there at the end of his studies. Aristotle would spend twenty years at the Academy before leaving for the city of...

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