Aristotle

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Aristotle
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Genys 384 BC Edit this on Wikidata
Stagira Edit this on Wikidata
Mernans 322 BC, 7 Meurth 322 BC Edit this on Wikidata
a dises an kolydhyon Edit this on Wikidata
Stagira Edit this on Wikidata
Trigva Athína, Athína Edit this on Wikidata
Alma mater
  • Platonic Academy Edit this on Wikidata
Galwesigeth biologist, cosmologist, logician, zoologist, breusyas liennek, awgrymer, ethicist, epistemologist, political philosopher, polymath, philosopher of language, skrifer, filosofer, steronydh, geographer, dyskador, tutor Edit this on Wikidata
Aswonnys rag Politics, Nicomachean Ethics, Metaphysics, Physics, Organon, Poetics, Constitution of the Athenians Edit this on Wikidata
Chyf delanwes Plato, Socrates, Heraclitus, Parmenides, Zeno of Elea, Democritus, Anaximander, Epicurus, Hippocrates, Empedocles Edit this on Wikidata
Movyans peripatetic school Edit this on Wikidata
Tas Nicomachus Edit this on Wikidata
Pries Pythias Edit this on Wikidata
Kespar Herpyllis Edit this on Wikidata
Fleghes Nicomachus, Pythias Edit this on Wikidata


Aristotle ow tyski Aleksander Veur

Filosofer grek o Aristotle, ha ev o genys yn tri hans peswar ugens ha peswar BC. Y skrifa a wrug chanjya an kors a filosofieth koth, ha pobel a wra aga studhyans hwath hedhyw. Y skrifis Aristotle meur a weyth, rag ensample Ethics, Poetics ha Politics.[1]  

  1. Aristotle, Poetics, translated by Malcolm Heath (Penguin Books, 1996)