• Aristotle Biography

    Aristotle was a world-renowned Greek scientist and philosopher. He is called the father of zoology. He was born in 384 BC Stagira, Chalcidian League, Greece. His father Nicomacus was king of Macedonia, Amintas in the Rajya Sabha was a home physician. Here is given a short biography of Aristotle-

    • Name:  Aristotle.
    • Birth: 384 BC.
    • Birth Place: Stagira, Chalcidian League, Greece.
    • Education: Peripatetic school Aristotelianism.
    • Death: 322 BC (aged approx. 62) Euboea, Macedonian Empire, Greece.

    In addition, he was called "the father of Western philosophy" in association with Plato. Aristotle portrays the complex and analogous combination of various philosophies existing in his day, including the philosophy of Socrates and Plato. Little is known about Aristotle's biography. His father Proxenus raised him after his father Nicomacus died in his infancy. He attended Plato's Academy in Athens when he was 17 or 18, and remained there until he was 37 years old.

    His writings include Physics, Biology, Zoology, Science, Logic, Ethics, Aesthetics, Poetry, Theater, Music, Psychology, Linguistics, Economics, Politics and Government, which are the first intellectual systems of Western philosophy. Through primal analytics, Aristotle was credited with his early studies of formal reasoning, and his idea was the main influence of Western reasoning until the 19th century progressed in mathematical reasoning. Kant criticizes the pure reason that Aristotle concluded it by reasoning. Shortly after Plato's death, Aristotle left Athens and began teaching Alexander the Great from 343 BCE, at the request of Philip II of Macedonia.

    Aristotle enjoyed many benefits in teaching Alexander. He established a library in Lyceum and wrote many books on papyrus scrolls.

    Education

    His father died in infancy, and at the age of 17, his Guardian Proxenus sent him to Athens for knowledge. Athens was then regarded as the center of knowledge achievement in the world. There he studied for almost twenty years under Plato directly at Plato's Academy.

    Career

    Aristotle began lecturing in linguistics himself while Plato and his academy began. After Plato's death in 347 BC, Aristotle was eligible to become head of the academy. But because of the distance of Aristotle's own philosophy with Plato's philosophy, Plato's relative Spucippus was chosen to be the head of the academy. Then Aristotle went there, at the invitation of Hermes, the ruler of Atarius. He lived there for three years. After staying there for three years, Atradius was captured by the Persian Emperor and Aristotle moved to Maitland. For the next five years, Aristotle taught Alexander, the 13-year-old son of King Philip of Macedonia (who later conquered the world). King Philip and Alexander both respected Aristotle. After Philip's death, Alexander took over the kingdom and Aristotle returned to Athens. He was the first to come to Athens after Plato's death. When he came to Athens, he saw the spread of Platonism at Plato's Academy, and in Athens, Platonism is now the main philosophy. As a result, he established his own school in the area of Lycium. He spent the next thirteen years teaching and promoting his philosophy. He lectured by day for his close students and by the common people of Athens for the night.

    In 323 BC, the premature death of Alexander overthrew the eastern government of Macedonia. Aristotle was then accused of religious infidelity. In order to escape punishment, Eubuar quickly moved to Calcas.

    Through primal analytics, Aristotle was credited with his early studies of formal reasoning, and his idea was the main influence of Western reasoning until the 19th century progressed in mathematical reasoning. Kant criticizes the pure reason that Aristotle concluded it by reasoning.

    Personal Life

    When Aristotle went there at the invitation of Hermes, the ruler of Athenaeus, he stayed there for three years and married Pythias, the king's sister. Later in life, he married another woman, Harpilis, and they had a son named Nicolaus.

    Honor & awards

    Aristotle was never got any awards in his life. But he is called the father of zoology. And also call him the father of Western philosophy.

    Death

    Aristotle died in 122 BC, Chalcis, Greece. He died of abdominal trauma. At this time his age was 38. His life ended at an early age. His actions have made him memorable among the people.

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