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Aristotle Fun Facts

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Medieval Islamic scholars highly valued Aristotle's philosophical and theological insights, including his writings on formal logic.
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Thanks to his extensive knowledge of and contributions to the fields of philosophy, hard science, social science, rhetoric, and fine art, Aristotle has been referred to as "the last man to know everything."
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Aristotle spent two years studying the plant and animal life on the Greek island of Lesbos. He was the first person to use an organizational system for classifying different types of animals.
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Due to his habit of walking while teaching, Aristotle's followers were known as "peripatetics," or people who walk or travel.
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Like his mentor, who had founded The Academy, Aristotle founded his own school of philosophy called The Lyceum.
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Over two millennia before the discovery of Antarctica, Aristotle hypothesized the existence of a major landmass at the far south end of the Earth.
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Italian poet Dante similarly honored Aristotle by referring to him as "the Master of those who know" in his epic The Divine Comedy.
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The ancient Greeks believed that all matter was made up of earth, air, fire, and water, which were held together by a fifth element. Aristotle believed that the Aether held the heavenly bodies together.
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Aristotle was instrumental in encouraging Alexander to embark upon a conquest against kingdoms east of Greece, including the Persian Empire.

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