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(Aristoteles) of Stageira - philosopher, 4th century B.C.
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Aristotle gives the name Theophrastus, "divine speech", to his pupil
Aristotle leaves Athens and goes to Chalcis; Theophrastus becomes hea
Sayings of Aristotle, addressed to Antipater and others.
Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus.
comments on the character of Aristotle, the founder of the Peripateti
The death of Aristotle, at Chalcis in Euboea.
llicon collects a large library, including the books of Aristotle.
Sulla takes Aristotle's books back to Rome, where they are later acq
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Aristotle
lato.  & DiogLaert_5'9-10 (Aristotle) (a) & Aristotle.
nsive clothes. And Aristotle or Theophrastus speaks of
and rules laid down by, Aristotle and Theophrastus; sho
one of the disciples of Aristotle, in the first book
says the same. And Aristotle, in his treatise on the Con
altogether they accused Aristotle of having departed
one of them. And Aristotle, in his history of the Cons
the same name. But Aristotle, in his work on Animals,
heta;ῦς And Aristotle, in his Constitution
Athen_* 08.352-354 *
But I marvel at Aristotle, whom these wise men, my exce
our banquets. And Aristotle speaks in the following manne
with spices. And Aristotle, in his treatise on Drunkenne
his Miser; and so does Aristotle, in his treatise on Dru
ing at war with them, as Aristotle relates in his History
phonians, as Timaeus and Aristotle tell us, indulged in
Alexander, the pupil of Aristotle, represented himself
But Clytus, the pupil of Aristotle, in his History of Mile
sold. [58.] But Aristotle, in his treatise on Admirable
may wonder," says Aristotle, "that Homer has nowhere in
oom to beauty. And Aristotle said that lovers look at no
also was the venerable Aristotle by the beauty of his
of Odatis." [36.]  Aristotle also, in his Constituti
 And did not Aristotle of Stageira have a son named
lon, the friend of Aristotle, wrote an oration against him
Athen_* 14.652-656 *
mes of Syria."  And Aristotle, in his treatise On Pla
Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle; and in these books had
hat most learned writer, Aristotle, and addressed to Herme
ppus. And, indeed, Aristotle himself, in his Defence of
constitution.  Aristotle, therefore, informs us, that
was more nervous than Aristotle? Who sweeter than Theop
president of the Academy, and Aristotle at Chalcis. But
he called Golden. Aristotle he called a debauchee and a
against Plato; another against Aristotle. And he died of
may find also in the works of Aristotle and Zenon. Such
ith him. "But Aristotle, the philosopher, relates tha
- I mean Plato and Socrates, Aristotle and Theophrastus.
discourses of Plato and Aristotle, which are not at all
under his famous instructor Aristotle. On taking posses
his fellow-student under Aristotle, and who had been subse
tone, as is indicated by Aristotle in the Constitution of
[list]" is made clear by Aristotle in his Constitution of
Birds [ 1204 ]. Aristotle [ 61'7 ] refers to Ammonias
died. The story is narrated by Aristotle and Philochorus.
archon [426/5]. Aristotle says in his Constitution [of
ead of his school. Aristotle did not build the Lyceium in
beaten by a few votes, while Aristotle was absent in Mac
and he quotes from Aristotle, Phylarchus, and Polemon to
was that the Ephors (as Aristotle tells us), when they
him to be observant of Aristotle, and study philosophy
ophrastus, who succeeded Aristotle in his school; and
rsians. [see also: Aristotle, AthPol_22'7] & When the Ion
pter 3.153) & A reply to Aristotle's statement about the
in many other ways, as Aristotle [ Pol_7.1327'b ] has
istomenes, of philosophy Aristotle of Melos, and of warfar
studied only with the sophist Aristotle, the Milesian.
iving his education from Aristotle, has stretched out his
lympias, and the learned Aristotle, his venerable guide
xander wrote a letter to Aristotle about his experiences:
writing this letter to Aristotle, Alexander led his forc
ter from the philosopher Aristotle: "Aristotle sends greet
the 'Protrepticus' of Aristotle, which is addressed to
just as, before any of them, Aristotle had done. NICAN
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