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Plato and Aristotle: Masters of Greek Thought By: Skyler Knopp
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Basics of their Lives: Socrates Generally accepted as having lived from 428 BC to 348 BC. He belonged to an aristocratic and influential family. Received first class educations and traveled to Italy, Sicily, Egypt, and Cyrene. Founder of the Academy in Athens. One of Socrates closest followers. Denied being “wise” when being tried for being a menace to the city-state of Athens and “corrupting the youth.
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Basics of their Lives: Aristotle Lived between 384 BC and 322 BC Earliest known formal studier of logic Only about 1/3 of his original works survive Son of an aristocratic physician to King Amyntas of Macedon. Appointed head of many academies such as the Royal Academy of Macedonia and his own school known as the Lyceum Died of an untimely stomach illness
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Europe at this Time
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Big Names Surrounding their Lives When Socrates was 60, 20 year old Plato became a follower. When
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENGLISH ENC1105 taught by Professor Johnsmith during the Spring '11 term at Harrison College.

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