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A·ris·tot·le

(ar'is-tot-ĕl),
of Stagira, Greek philosopher and scientist, 384-322 bce. See: Aristotle anomaly, aristotelian method.

Aristotle,

Greek philosopher and scientist, 384-322 B.C.
Aristotelian method - a method of study that stresses the relation between a general category and a particular object.
Aristotle anomaly
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For the consultors of the Holy Office, the natural philosophy of Aristotle was so 'sacred' that to deny it was tantamount to heresy.
Allan, The Philosophy of Aristotle (London: Oxford University Press, 1970).
Doubtless Pascal exaggerated when he said the following concerning the political philosophy of Aristotle and Plato: "This was the least philosophic and the least serious part of their life; the most philosophic was living simply and tranquilly.
Thomas is usually given credit for having reinterpreted the philosophy of Aristotle on a Christian basis.
Drawing upon both his professional experience and the perennial philosophy of Aristotle and Aquinas, Safranek challenges the liberal Zeitgeist which prevails in centers high and low throughout the Western world.

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