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Who is Aristotle?• Aristotle was born in Stageira, Chalcide in 384 B.C.• He was the greatest philosopher of all times.• He was known as the “Father of the Western Thought.”• He concluded the Scientific Method and the Logic.• His father was known as Nicomachus. His father is a scientist and also a physician.• He learned philosophy from Plato.• He and Plato grew fondness to each other’s philosophical abilities.• He and Plato spend their time in debating, making theories and to delve into a deeper understanding.
• He tutored Alexander the Great.• He also formed a school and a gymnasium and it was known as Lyceum.
Contributions of Aristotle in today’s generation:• Aristotle made some contributions that were still used in today’s generations. Here are some of his contributions: Science: 1. He is the first one that used the Scientific Method. 2. He was the one who examined the nature of matter, space , time and motion. 3. His various advancements to zoology, biology and botany. 4. He imposed the fifth element, the Aether. Psychology: 1. He discovered the Para Syche- About the Mind. Aristotle discovered that the mind was the first entelechy or reads the existence and the functioning of the body.
• Psychology: 1. He discovered the Para Syche- About the Mind. Aristotle discovered that the mind was the first entelechy or reads the existence and the functioning of the body. 2. The Impulses and Urges Aristotle proposes that the desire to dominate reason would lead to an unhealthy imbalance and tendency to perform bad actions. 3. The Human Intelligence
Mathematics:1. He made up the logic or known as the “ Aristotelian Logic.”Economics1. He explained the concept of the human action, the ordering and the allocating of scarce means and the human inequality and diversity.