384 B.C. – 322 B.C.
Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who contributed highly to the western way of thinking as we know it.
He had a knack for being able to learn a ton of different subjects in a very in-depth way, more than just about anyone else.
Aristotle studied under the Philosopher Plato for 17 years, before going on to become Alexander the Great’s private tutor.
Believe it or not, this man’s contribution to the world was simply in the way he taught and thought.
The teachings that he passed on to his pupils through lectures and exercises stuck with them in such a profound way, that now he actually brought about the thoughts that you and I have every day.
We hope you enjoy learning about him!
Here’s a shot biography video.
Here’s a bit about Aristotle and how he saw the world.
Here’s a BBC documentary on Aristotle’s insights in philosophy.
The ancient Greeks like Aristotle were fascinating and powerful. Here’s a documentary on who they were and how they worked.
If you have 8 hours to spare, here’s a full audio book reading of Aristotle’s Rhetoric.
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