Was Aristotle a Christian?
No, Aristotle was born before Christianity came into existence.
Aristotle was reintroduced to Christian thinkers in the thirteenth century by two gentlemen by the name of Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas. In their works they laid the foundation for theology, science, and christian philosophy.
Aristotle said to listen to reason but Christians rely on faith
It is NOT a quote from Aristotle, though it is peddled as such on Christian and Right-Wing websites. If you do a search of the works of Aristotle on Google Books you will find nothing remotely like this.
He brought the works of Aristotle and other classical philosophers in line with the Bible.
I think St. Thomas Aquinas (correct me if I'm wrong)
Aristotle Christian culture was influenced at the time by Plato, but the Muslims had more ancient greek works to draw from. Their theology did not preclude the study of nature. Avarroes from Cordoba, Spain and earlier Avicenna from Iran were strong influences for Aquinas' switch to Aristotle.
During the Middle Ages, both Islamic and Christian societies had access to the works of Aristotle (meaning Greek philosophy/logic). The philosophical tradition allows one to seek truth through reasoning, not simply through revelation/faith (religion). This can be threatening to religious faith. But in Christian society, St. Thomas Aquinas was able to synthesize the works of Aristotle with Christian theology. In short, he made it ok to have faith and reason, science and religion. The Islamic… Read More
No, Medieval Scholasticism is a philosophical-theological tradition that is represented by great philosophers such as Augustine, Aquinas, Dun Scottus, Anselm, and William Ockahm. Basically it inherits philosophical problems and concepts from ancient greek philosophy (mostly Aristotle and Plato) usually for theological purposes. For example, Augustine synthesizes neoplatonism and christian theology together (or interprets christian theology with neoplatonic concepts). Thomas Aquinas adopted Aristotelian Philosophy (philosophy of Aristotle) to fit it in to Christian Theology, as a… Read More
Proxenus raised Aristotle from when Aristotle was 10, up til Aristotle was 17.
Alban K. Forcione has written: 'Cervantes, Aristotle, and the Persiles' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Romances 'Cervantes' Christian romance'
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Aristotle influenced all of Western society, considered one of the greatest philosophical minds to have ever existed. His contributions centered around Ethics, Logic & Reasoning, politics, and metaphysics. He mentored Alexander the Great and-with the aid from his mentor Plato and the one who mentored him, Socrates-laid the foundation for Western philosophy. In doing so, Aristotle inspired many Greek philosophers who came later on, as well as setting the basis for many religious teachings. Both… Read More
Aristotle was a Greek philosopher.
Aristotle Onassis's birth name is Aristotle Socrates Onassis.
no he is just aristotle
aristotle invented the science ..
Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher. There is an Aristotle's crater on the moon, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Aristotle Square in Thessaloniki, Greece. In Oxford, England there is an Aristotle Lane, and in Chalkidiki, Greece there is a municipality named Aristotelis.
Socrates taught Plato. Plato taught Aristotle. its said that Aristotle brought Plato down to earth, as Aristotle was more logical than Plato.
Aristotle developed the scientific method.
Aristotle is famous for his philosophical ideas.
Aristotle was an empiricist. So, no he was not a nativist.
Aristotle was a Greek Philosopher.
Aristotle was born in 384 B.C.
what awards were reward to Aristotle
Aristotle wrote Poetics.
Aristotle was born in Stagirus in the Greek colony of Macedon he was born in 384 B.C. Aristotle was born in Stageira , Chalcidice .
Plato founded the Academy, and Aristotle was a student there. Aristotle went on to found his own school, the Lyceum.
it was Aristotle since he was n all round philosopher as he is also recognized as Aristotle the Great.
Aristotle is the one who found the earth was round.
Aristotle invented syllogism.
Yes, Aristotle is a Greek philosopher.
Aristotle believed geocentric.
Yes. Aristotle taught Alexander the Great.
Plato was the teacher of Aristotle.
Aristotle aint attend no university
Aristotle died from poo
Aristotle lived from 384-322BC
Aristotle. At least he's real
Aristotle was a Greek philosopher and student of Plato.
An Elephant for Aristotle was created in 1958.
Aristotle Kristatos was created in 1960.
Aristotle Athiras is 5' 10".
Aristotle Dreher is 6' 3".
Aristotle Montemayor is 5' 8".
Aristotle for Everybody was created in 1978.
Aristotle Dreher was born in 1978.
Aristotle Rodor was created in 1967.
Aristotle died in 322 BCE.
Aristotle was taught by Plato and Plato was taught by Socrates.