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Aristotle Age, Wife, Biography, Date of Death, Family, Children, Religion, Residence, Language, Nationality, Early Life, Height, Weight, Theories, Net worth & Awards, Education, achievement.
Aristotle

Full name:                        Aristotle

Nick Name:                     Stagirite

Age:                                  At 75 years old, he passed away.

Date of Birth:                  15th January, 1900

Date of Death:                  15th March, 1975

Profession:                       Greek Philosopher and Scientist

Marital status:                 Married

Net worth in 2020:           $500 Million at the time of his death

Nationality:                       Greek

Religion:                           He only believed in one God

Birth place:                      Stagira, Northern Greece

Residence:                        On the coast of Thrace, a now-defunct Greek colony and                                                       harbour.

Zodiac sign:                      Capricorn

Languages:                       Ancient Greek


Facts:

1.     Aristotle's parents both died at the age of 13 and Atarneus became his guardian. A few years before he was sent to Plato's academy in Athens, Proxenus educated Aristoteles.

2.     He lived in Asia Minor, Atarneus. Aristotle stayed in Athens around 348/47 BC for about twenty years until he left. In Athens at that time he may have feared the anti-Macedonian feelings and left before Plato died.

3.     Aristotle then went to the court in Asia Minor after Plato's death, accompanied by Xenocrates, of his friend Hermias of Atarneus. Aristotle and his pupil, Theophrastus, travelled to Lesbos Island with him after the death of Hermias, and together they investigated the vegetation and fauna of this island and its sheltered lagoon.

4.     Aristotle was the man ahead of his time. He had new ideas about how the world may be studied. He used to comment on the world in depth and chronicled what he saw. He began to dissect them, which is a novel procedure, in his attempt to understand more about the anatomy of animals. In the past, Greek philosopher and teachers were all concerned about their work.

5.     Aristotle married Pythias and had a daughter whom he named also Pythias. Aristotle fell in love with Herpyllis after the untimely demise of his first wife. Herpyllis had been Pythias' previous slave. A kid he named Nicomachus went on to give him his new wife.

6.     Aristotle's synthesis on the individual, family and societal level of his quest for the nature of human beings known as the Nicomachean Ethics was a commitment to his son. In the very young age of battle his son, Nicomachus, perished and he was recollected. 


 Achievements:

1.     A philosophical school known as Lyceum was established by Aristotle in 335 B. C. The Peripathetic School was famed for it. The school lectures were split into sections at morning and afternoon. The Lyceum also included a collection of manuscripts that included one of the first major libraries in the world.

2.     Not only did he study nearly all topics, he made significant contributions to many of them. Aristotle has studied and written under the academic fields of astronomy, anatomy, embryology, geology, geography, weather, zoology and physics. Under philosophy, he wrote on ethics, aesthetics, government, politics, metaphysics, economics, rhetoric, psychology, and theology. He also studied literature, poetry, and different countries' customs in addition to all of the above.

3.     He has also carried out biology studies. The animals were grouped into blood-based species. Red blood animals have largely been vertebrate and bloodless animals have been referred to as 'cephalopods.' In this hypothesis there was a relative inexactitude yet for many years it was considered the mainstream system.

4.     He studied marine biodiversity carefully. He studied dissection of the anatomy of marine beings. Interestingly, his findings on marine life were extremely precise in contrast to his biological categorization.

5.     He has fostered several outstanding young minds, many of whom have continued to be renowned thinkers of their own rights, including Aristoxenus, Dicaearchus, Demetrius of Phalerum, Phocis, Nicomachus, and Theophrastus.

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