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Aristotle- The Father of Science

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Transcript of Aristotle- The Father of Science

Early Life
Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle was born in 384 B.C. Aristotle's father was a court physician to the Macedonian King,his father died when he was just a young boy. Little about his mother,also died when he was young.
Teaching
Aristotle is remembered for his sayings. He used sayings to help his students become wiser. His sayings lend themselves to discussion,arguments,and thought.
Science
Aristotle believed that knowledge could be obtained through interacting with physical objects. Aristotle's research in the sciences included a study of biology.
Major Writings
Aristotle wrote an estimated 200 words, must inform of notes and manuscript drafts. To Aristotle, matter was the physical substance of things, while form was the unique nature of a thing that gave its identity.
Death and Legacy
In 322 B.C Aristotle contracted a disease of the digestive organs and died. In the century following his passing, his works fell out of use, but were revived during the first century.
Philosophy
Aristotle's objective was to come up with a universal process of reasoning that would allow man to learn every conceivable thing about reality.
Aristotle- The Father of Science
One of the main focuses of Aristotle's philosophy was his systematic concept of logic.
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