Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity. - Aristotle background

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ABOUT ARISTOTLE

Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who was born 384 BC and died at the aged of 62. He was born in the city of Stagria and at 18 Aristotle moved to Athens to join the Plato Academy and remained there for almost 20 years. Aristotle was well known for his expertise in a plethora of fields which spanned all the sciences, zoology, ethics, poetry, music, politics and logic. As well as all of this, he taught Alexander The Great after Plato's death and this contributed him to being "the first genuine scientist in history and every scientist is in his debt."

DID YOU KNOW?

The Aristotle Mountains along the Oscar II Coast of Graham Land, Antarctica, are named after Aristotle. It is widely believed that he was the first person to acknowledge the existence of landmass in the southern high-latitude region and call it "Antarctica"

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