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Aristotle: Alag Hi “Philosopher,” Jinhe Lag-Bhag Sab Kuch Pata Tha!

Aristotle: Alag Hi “Philosopher,” Jinhe Lag-Bhag Sab Kuch Pata Tha!


Aristotle: ‘Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives-choice, not chance, determines your destiny.’

A great philosopher of the classical period, Aristotle just knew about everything. Was he a godchild or has some supernatural powers?–Well, we believe in Superhumans.

He inscribed over 200 works (only 31 remain today). His field of studies includes–OKAY! We can do this!–

Physics, Biology, Zoology, Metaphysics, Logic, Ethics, Aesthetics, Poetry, Theatre–*phew*–Music, Rhetoric, Psychology, Linguistics, Economics, Politics, Meteorology, Geology, and Government!

kuch hum gareebon ke liye bhi chod dete saheb?

1. A Polymath and a Greek Philosopher, Aristotle lived from 384–322 BC.


2. Aristotle gave a combination of philosophical theories based on the ones that existed before him, thus a powerful current in contemporary philosophical debate.

3. Student of Plato, as merely 17, he travelled to the great city of Athens. He was schooled in many fields including, Science, Philosophy and Maths. After staying with Plato Academy for approximately 20 years, he also became a teacher there.

Student of Plato

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4. In 343BC, Philip II invited him to Macedon City to tutor his son, Alexander the Great. He also taught Ptolemy and Cassander (who eventually crowned kings later).

5. Aristotle married Pythias and had a daughter, also named Pythias. He fell in love with Herpyllis, the former slave of her wife, after her death. His new wife went on to bear him with a son, who he named Nicomachus.

Aristotle married Pythias

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6. Founder and Father of Zoology, he discovered both the observational and theoretical forms of formal logic. He devised a finished system that remained the sum of the discipline for centuries.

7. He was fascinated with Nature, Logic and Reason. Accordingly, he made some crucial contributions that are still present in modern-day Math, Metaphysics, Physics, Bio, botany, Politics, Medicine, and more. He also earned the honour of being called the First Teacher.

8. In one of his great works on Physics, Aristotle reviews the Divisions of Science: Science is possible if, and only if, there are knowable objects. Example: Vampires do not exist in reality. So, there can be no “Science” of that.

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Greek philosopher

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9. He analysed the Anatomy of Animals. He used common characteristics among certain animals to categorise them into comparable groups.

10. According to Aristotle, the ‘Polis’ reflected the top-most strata of political association. And ‘man is a political animal’ and needs to make necessary political connections to secure permanent residence in society.

11. Tomas Aquinas named Aristotle ‘The Philosopher,’ as he thought Aristotle was the only philosopher the world could have ever needed.

So, how many things do you know about the man who knew everything already? Have you heard his name before? Tell us in the comment section.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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