Aristotle Politcal theory - Aristotle (384-322 BCE) Born in...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/23/10 Aristotle (384-322 BCE) Born in Stagira north east coast of Thrace, border of Macedonia. Mother Name: Phaestis Father Name: Nichomatus At age of 17, he enrolled at Plato’s Academy for 20 yrs. Partly as a student and partly as a teacher. After Plato’s death in 347 B.C., he left Athens and went to Assos where he perfected his style and began his writings. 343 B.C. went to Macedonia to tutor King Philip’s son Alexander the Great. After his work was completed he returned to Athens to create his own school the Lyceum. Lyceum: resembled modern University more so than an Academy He did most of his teaching by walking up and down the colonnades with advanced students from which the word Paripetic was coined. Paripetic: a style of teaching done by Aristotle. Influenced by: Parmenides, Socrates, Plato, Heraclitus, and Democritus
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11/23/10 Aristotle's and Logic The aim of Aristotle's logical treatises (known collectively as the Organon) was to develop a
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