About Aristotle

Aristotle was a Greek philosopher. Aristotle was born in Stagria, a small town in northern Greece. When Aristotle was 18 he entered Plato's school in Athens. Aristotle was the brightest and most learned student in the academy and Plato called him the intelligence of school.

Aristotle's Ideas and Beliefs

  1. Aristotle didn't identify dolphins as fish because they have lungs and feed their young with milk.
  2. Aristotle and other famous men said that men have more teeth than women.
  3. Aristotle believed that all life forms of life forms designed with a purpose.


Isle, Mick. Aristotle: Pioneering Philosopher and Founder of the Lyceum. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 2006. Print.

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