The school's name was the Periapetic school. Periapetic means walk in Greek. He named it this, because he had long talks with his smarter students while walking through the gardens of Lesbos.
Aristotle had two wives his first was Pythias, who died. Then he married Herpyllis who together they had a child named Nichomachus.
when theycould have chosen to study at the University of Oxford, ... Thebanned propositions ... the theologians desired to condemnAristotle's teachings on the ....
the theme must be universal
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Aristotle proposed that fleas are spontaneously produced from putrefying matter. Reference: The Lagoon: How Aristotle Invented Science ISBN-10: 0670026743
Aristotle married the niece of another of Plato's students - Hermias the king of Assos. His wife, Pythias, died ten years later.
Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who was Plato's student.
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Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher who lived was born inStagira, Greece in 384 BC. He died in Chalcis, Greece in 322 BC.Aristotle wrote books based on philosophy, politics, history, andscience. He tutored Alexander the Great and created his ownphilosophical school named Lyceum. These are...
Plato, as in, Plato's Republic.
He was killed by a scared messanger when he was trying to find out the equation to the circumference of circles. There was an army invading and a messenger was sent to tell Aristotle. Aristotle said"DON'T DISTURB MY CIRCLES!!!!!" and the scared messenger murdered him.
Sorry, this Greek philosopher has no surname.
Yes. The advances in science since 2300+ years ago (when Aristotle lived) are huge. Science is constantly advancing. It has advanced since yesterday.
Aristotle believed that the man had sex with monkeys and not on women
Theistic means God, like saying holy God. So yes, he did. If, however, you mean "Did he write about a single God?" then no, he did not. In his time, polytheism was the only religion to Aristotle. There were Gods in everything and monotheism had not yet taken hold in Rome.
"What is learned first is learned best"
It depends on the definition you want to use of "tragic hero". But Cassius is not much of a hero anyway you look at it. He is jealous of Caesar, a kind of low snivelling attitude. He is constantly suggesting the politically realistic but very unheroic line to Brutus. After the murder, he uses his...
logic and reasoning/ Physiology
"the reader" b/c he studied a wide variety of subjects"Intelligence of the school" b/c he was Plato's best student"the Stagirite" b/c he was born in Stagira in N. Greece
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Aristotle was 18 at the time when he joined Plato's school, The Academy, and was born in 384 B.C. So if you subtract 18 from 384 you get the answer of 366 B.C.
his perversion of idealism is his absolutism,, when any one tries to enforce his ideals he becomes absolutist......... the dollowing points will show absolutism in Plato's political philosophical; absolutism in his concept of justice, in concept of philosopher ruler, absolutism in his concept of...
Aristotle is Aristotle's first and only name. At that time in that place surnames were not used.
They are worse than average people.
He divided animals into two groups- those with red blood and those without it.
Aristotle believed that the audience would identify with a tragic hero if they were neither too virtuous or too evil. He believed that if they went too far to either side the common person wouldn't be able to identify with them.
By creating and building on the geocentric model and the scientificmethod, they influenced modern scientific thought.
his subdivisions were via habitat
they disagreed on religion
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Yes, he was. Many of the plays in Athens concerned political thought as well as commentary on the gods.
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Plato relied on deductive reasoning. However, this produced an incomplete scientific method.
Aristotle concluded that the world is round by realizing that the farther the ship goes the more of it disapears.
he thought the earth was the center of the universe and the sun and the planets orbiting the earth. but he was wrong.
This is a famous phrase, this phrase summarize Socrates' philosophy as well as any few words can. My translation is different from the traditional one because the Greek does not only means that you should submit your own life to examination but also examining the lives of others counts too -...
Alexander was first tutored by the strict Leonidas, a relative ofhis mother, and by Lysimachus of Acarnania. In early childhoodAlexander was raised in the manner of noble Macedonian youths,learning to read, play the lyre, ride, fight, and hunt. When Alexander was 13, Philip began to search for a...
He classified plants on the basis of stem structure
Aristotle, while known for his scholarship, made many enemies with his politics.
Aristotle and his wife Pythias had one daughter named Pythias (yes they both had the same name. Aristotle and a handmaiden of his daughters had an illegitimate son named Nicomachus.Aristotle was a famous philosopher of the ancient Greece a rock star of the time so could have fathered several unknown...
Born 384 BCE, Died 322 BCE. Aristotle died On 7th March 322 BC. in Chalcis, Greece (An ancient city) === === According to Sir David Ross's ARISTOTLE, "in 322 he died of a disease to which he had long been subject."
Plato founded his famous teaching Academy in Athens ca. 387 BC. In 367, the ambitious and intellectually gifted Aristotle, then age 17, journeyed from his native city of Stagira, in Northern Greece, to Athens and Plato's Academy -- much as a promising young scholar today might travel to Cambridge or...
They went crazy over Jerusalem
Aristotle classifies organisms by marine animals, land animals, and air animals. The method proved inadequate because it was not specific enough.
The Earth was, he believed.
Plato believed in Education, he believed that the workforce should be educated and there should be prolong education. He also believed in heiracary, higher class and lower class. Division of labour, Selective breeding (within one's status) and he also believed that leaders are born. These are some...
== Answer == aristotle stated once force is removed from an object it will stop. Galileo said an objects motion is stopped because of the force of friction
In his "Poetics," Aristotle explains that a tragic hero is going to evoke in the viewer (or spectator) either great pity or great fear, due to the tragic circumstances in which the hero is involved. Such heroes will occupy noble or otherwise prominent positions in life or society and, most...
Aristotle argued that voids can't exist.
Heavy objects fall with the same acceleration as light objects, and reach the same speed after falling for the same length of time. If there's any difference noted, it's the result of air resistance, and the difference doesn't show up when there is no air. The reason is because that's how...
I do not know. That is why I'm asking you. Can you tell me anything about his parrot, named Psittace (sit a see) with the accent on the sit.
In Athens on emajor event that happened was that the Parthenon exploded.
An elite group of philosopher-kings.
A political model used to compare political opinions is called a political spectrum.
Aristotle is famous due to the following reasons- 1. He made super contributions in physics as well as astronomy.2. He is the father of biology.3. He founded the sciences of logic, psychology and biology.4. He was the student of Pluto.5. He was the tutor of Alexander.
hero make mistakes in judgements
The audience knows more than the characters.
To be the best teacher of plato and all the other great thinkers of ancient greece!:)love my answer!?Did it help a little?A lot?Kinda?
Aristotle Was the first person to create a classification system.
No. Aristotle was not a god. There is only one true God, and the true God is the Father in heaven. God is God and therefore not man (Hosea 11:9).
he thought earth was in the center of the universe. he was wrong.
Galileo got it right. But he had built a telescope so he had anadvantage.
An object that stops naturaly, not because it ran into something
He thought they were amazing!
Drop two balls with different weights and observe which ball hits the ground first.
He believed successful persuasion revolved around tailoring your arguments to: S subject O occasion A audience P purpose
No one can actually say who the "star student" is. Plato would have to decide that for himself. Although, Aristotle is believed to be one of his great students there must have been many more.
The geocentric system is very plausible to people who have not looked deeply into the subject of astronomy, because at first glance, that's how things appear. We stand on a world that does not feel like it is moving. Our senses tell us that it is motionless (not counting earthquakes). It is somewhat...
In ancient Greece, people thought that Sokrates were corrupting young people with provocative ideas. Alkibiades was very handsome, yet Sokrates did not sleep with him, even though Alkibiades wanted to, this was because Sokrates did not love him. Platon meant that Sokrates was not a man who would...
It became too simple for all of the types of animals that we have todya
Biologists no longer use Aristotle's system for classifying animals because Carolus Linnaeus invented a better system (known as taxonomy) which has replaced the previous Aristotelian system.
According to Aristotle's theory, he believed that material goods are not what create happiness. They may act as vessels, but some who possess the material goods are not always happy. This means that man should search for happiness through his "virtue" rather than possession.
Education wasn't that formalized back then, so no one knows.
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