Where did Aristotle grow up?
He grew up in a small town in Greece called Stageira.
Aristotle did not think in terms like dualism. But Aristotle grew up in a Hellenist society that was built around slavery. Aristotle tried to make sense of this reality. Aristotle invented a god-factor 'anima' and supposed that slaves (barbarians) had little god-factor and were born to serve Master with much god-factor. For Aristotle slaves were similar to present day cows, that are born to produce milk for farmers. Not worth much attention.
It is probably impossible to put a date on when Aristotle began to develop his classification system. Aristotle was a student in Plato's academy for 20 years from 367 BC he could have started developing his classification system during this time. In 335 BC Aristotle set up his own school in Athens he could have began his work on classification from then on - there are no definite dates.
The differences between grow up and grow is that "grow up" usually means to grow older and "grow" can be used as telling someone they need to grow. For example, "You need to grow in order to be taller than me." It can also be used as for plants and flowers and things that grow bigger (get bigger.) I hope this answer helps!
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