Who was the Muslim philosopher that studied and translated the works of Aristotle?
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Yes, Aristotle is a Greek philosopher.
The philosophical legacy of Aristotle is vast, as it coversnumerous areas of human knowledge and life. He serves as a kind ofideal for comprehensive thought and study, given t…he breadth anddepth of his still-influential writings on art, education,metaphysics, theology, and politics, among many other fields. Yetit is his contribution to the development of the physical sciencesand of logic that perhaps stands out above all, as he can safely besaid to have founded these sciences while also providing ablueprint for their development for those who have come after him.Along with Plato, Aristotle is a philosopher of whom it should besaid that the world would not be the world that it presently is ifhe had never lived.
Most of Aristotle's ideas were disregarded by other scientists. Hismost famous theary was that the Earth was spherical and in thecenter of the universe.
SOCRATES: Ancient Greek, changed philosophy from a study of natural science to ethics and politics. Wrote nothing. PLATO: Ancient Greek, student of Socrates, most influential …philosopher of all time. Works: The Republic. ARISTOTLE: Ancient Greek, student of Plato, second most influential philosopher of all time. Works: The Nichomachean Ethics, The Metaphysics, The Politics.
Boethius translated the works of these 3 philosophers.
of phycics and astronomy
No! Student of Socrates.
Aristotle taught that people should live lives in moderation and use reason in life