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How Do You Spell ARISTOTLE?

Correct spelling for the English word "aristotle" is [ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_s_t_ˌɒ_t_əl], [ˈaɹɪstˌɒtə͡l], [ˈaɹɪstˌɒtə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ARISTOTLE

  1. The most renowned of Greek philosophers; born at Stagira, Macedonia, 384 B.C.; died at Chalcis, Eubcea, 322 B. C. He was for twenty years a student of philosophy in the school of Plato at Athens, but at the same time a teacher, in the mean time mastering and digesting all the accessible results of philosophical and scientific research and speculation in his time. After Plato's death, he opened a school of philosophy at the court of Hermias, king of Atarnens in Mysia, who had been his fellow student in Plato's Academy, and whose adopted daughter he afterwards married. At the invitation of Philip of Macedon he undertook the education of his son, Alexander. When Alexander succeeded to the throne, the philosopher returned to Athens and opened a school in the Lyceum, so called from the neighboring temple of the Lycian Apollo. From being held in the covered walk(peripatos) of the Lyceum the school obtained the name of the Peripatetic. He taught in the Lyceum for 13 years, and to that period we owe the composition of most of his numerous writings. The number of his separate treatises is given by Diogenes Laertius as 146: only 46 separate works bearing the name of the philosopher have come down to our time.

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Usage Examples for ARISTOTLE

  1. These four humors reflected the four basic elements of the world articulated by Aristotle: air, water, fire, and earth. - "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
  2. Meanwhile the Acarnanians went with a part of their forces to the relief of Argos, and with the rest encamped in Amphilochia at the place called Crenae, or the Wells, to watch for Eurylochus and his Peloponnesians, and to prevent their passing through and effecting their junction with the Ambraciots; while they also sent for Demosthenes, the commander of the Aetolian expedition, to be their leader, and for the twenty Athenian ships that were cruising off Peloponnese under the command of Aristotle, son of Timocrates, and Hierophon, son of Antimnestus. - "The History of the Peloponnesian War" by Thucydides
  3. The treatises of Aristotle are generally so named. - "The English Language" by Robert Gordon Latham
  4. There was little acquaintance with the ancient languages, Hebrew and Greek were almost unknown; the solid learning of the olden times was taught in bad monkish Latin; the Bible and Fathers of the Church, the Roman historians, institutes and pandects, the Greek text of Aristotle, and the writers upon natural philosophy and medicine, were found only in dusty manuscripts; nothing but the commentators and systematizers of the middle ages were ever expounded or learnt by heart. - "Pictures of German Life in the XVth XVIth and XVIIth Centuries, Vol. I." by Gustav Freytag
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