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Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle

Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle
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This is a 26 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on Ancient Civilizations - Key Figures - Aristotle. Each of the slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

In Athens, Aristotle enrolled in Plato’s Academy. In 338, he began tutoring Alexander the Great. In 335, Aristotle founded his own school, the Lyceum, in Athens, where he spent most of the rest of his life studying, teaching and writing.

Aristotle wrote an estimated 200 works, most in the form of notes and manuscript drafts. They consist of dialogues, records of scientific observations and systematic works. Of Aristotle’s estimated 200 works, only 31 are still in circulation. Most date to Aristotle’s time at the Lyceum.

Aristotle’s writings about how people perceive the world continue to underlie many principles of modern psychology. His works initially fell out of use following his death, but were revived during the 1st century. Over time, they came to lay the foundation of more than 7 centuries of philosophy.

Aristotle’s philosophical work influenced ideas from late antiquity all the way through the Renaissance.
Aristotle’s influence on Western thought in the humanities and social sciences is largely considered unparalleled, with the exception of his teacher Plato’s contributions, and Plato’s teacher Socrates before him.

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Early Life
Student of Plato
First Marriage
Teaching
The Lyceum
The Lyceum Library
2nd Marriage & Children
Alexander’s Death
Science
Biology
Marine Biology
Meteorology
Philosophy: Concept of Logic
Philosophy: Deduction & Inference
Prior Analytics
Nichomachean Ethics
Major Writings (2)
Writings Preserved
Death
Legacy
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In Athens, Aristotle
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