School of Logic

Using logic to have more solutions to a problem

The idea

When Alexander the Great was conquering Persia, my client, Aristotle, noticed that Alexander was using the logic Aristotle taught him to solve the problems arising on the battlefield. This sparked Aristotle to have an interest to open a school to teach the youngsters of the Greek world logic to approach problems from different angles.

The Equipment

All Aristotle would require to achieve this goal is the use of an amphitheater for 8 hours a day for 5 days a week and some money to be able to issue scholarships to the great minds that can not afford such training of the mind.

The Impact

The impact of this school would be monumental. Politicians could point different flaws in laws to create a more varied opinion on the law. Merchants could debate what is better to buy and sell to turn a better profits. Generals could be trained to make unexpected actions to catch an enemy of guard to have an easier path to victory.

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