Aristotle

Aristotle was the Greek philosopher, logician, thinker and a scientist. He was a true representative of the realist school of philosophy. He was the author of an intellectual system that supported and begin medium for medieval Christian and Islamic philosophy. As a thinker he laid the foundations imperial science and speculative thought. The concepts of biogenesis and abiogenesis in the biology have been introduced by him.

Aristotle believed that emotions can cause physical distress if they are not provided a safe outlet. For poetry he said that human nature is the general origin of the poetry. He has rendered the whole mankind as basing on the line between virtue and vice. For this he says that ‘objects are actions with agents either good men or bad’.


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