Aristotle: He was a famous Greek Scientist and Philosopher in the world. Aristotle was a good and talented person. He is called the father of Zoology. He was the student of Plato, and Plato was the student of Socrates. Is called Plato and Aristotle the father of Western Philosophy.
- Bron: 384 BC. Stagira, Thrace.
- Death: 322 BC. Calciesh.
- Father: Nicomacus.
- Wife: Pythias, and Harpilis.
- Son: Nicomacus. his mother name is Harpilis.
- Interests: Biology, Zoology, Physics, Logic, Economics, Politics, Poetry, Psychology, and Metaphysics.
- Work of Ideas: Aristotelian Philosophy, Syllogism, Theory of the soul, and Virtue ethics.
- Aristotle’s Teather: Plato.
- Aristotle’s Students: Alexander the Great, and Theophrastus.
- His living time: Ancient Greek Civilization.
Early Life: In 384 BC, Aristotle was born in the city of Stagira. The city was located in Northern Greece. At the age of 17, his father has died. When his father has died, he came to Athens. And he joined Plato’s Academy. He studies there until the age of 37. He was the favorite student of Plato. After the death of Plato, Aristotle left Athens.
Midal Life: Aristotle went there at the invitation of Hermias, the ruler of Atternius. He was lived here for almost three years. The king’s niece married Pythias. Later life he was remarried Harpilis. Persian emperor was captured the Attorneys. And Aristotle left Mytilene. Macedonia king’s name is Philip. His son’s name is Alexander. For the next five years, Aristotle teaches Alexander. Is called, Alexander the great. Alexander conquered the world. Aristotle established a library in the Lyceum. The king’s Philip and Aristotle there was between good relations. After the death of king’s Philip, Aristotle has left Macedonia.
End Life: When he left Macedonia, he came to Athens. After the death of Plato, he came to first in Athens. He saw Platonism as a chip of Plato’s academy. Athens is now the main philosophy of Platonism. As a result, Aristotle opens his own school in Lyceum. In the 13 years he teache in this school. Daytime Aristotle teaches his own students. And the night he teaches the common people. In 323 BC, the great Alexander has died. The former Macedonian government failed. At that time, Aristotle was a complaint of deviating from religious beliefs. He quickly moved to Calcis, to saved punishment. Because he knows, what happened in Socrates’s life. In his first year at Calcis, he contracted a stomach ache. In 322 BC, he has died in Calcis.
His writings: Physics, Biology, Zoology, Metaphysics, Logic, Ethics, Aesthetics, Poetry, Theater, Psychology, Linguistics, Economics, Politics, and Government.
Poetics: “Poetics” is a famous book in the world. Aristotle writing this book about scientific study and poetry. Compared to philosophy, which presents ideas. His book explores the foundation of story-making, including character development.
Nicomachean Ethics: “Nicomachean” this book is named by his son’s name. This book is another of Aristotle’s major treatises on the judgment that constitutes “good living”. This book is to build laws of logic.
Metaphysics: Aristotle’s mention in this book, the distinction between matter and form. This book one of the famous books in Aristotle’s life.
Politics: Aristotle’s writes in this book, the role of citizens and politicians. Resources and class arrangements. The purpose of the political system. Kind of government and democracy. And the slavery of women in the home and society and the role of women. “Politics” is a great book in the world.
Rhetoric: Aristotle believed that good speech could educate people and encourage them to consider both sides of the debate. He teaches people, how to more effective speakers.
On The Soul: Aristotle’s writings about how people perceive the world continue to underlie many principles of modern psychology.