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    Who is Aristotle, and why is he famous?

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    Aristotle is one of the chief philosophers in all of human history. Nevertheless, why is he known that way? What exactly did he say, or emphasize, to yield that description?

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    Aristotle is one of the chief philosophers in all of human history. Nevertheless, why is he known that way? What exactly did he say, or emphasize, to yield that description?

    Though he said and argued much, there is a simple way to describe the cause of his continued popularity and importance. Aristotle (384-322 BC) is often said to have originated the study of logic, and his ideas dominated Western thought for 2000 years. His writings influenced every aspect of European culture, from ethics and ...

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    Though he said and argued much, there is a simple way to describe the cause of his continued popularity and importance.

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