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one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers

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Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors, like Bacon's works in natural philosophy, grapples with the problem of form, though he remains skeptical about the ability to answer Aristotle's epistemological problem.
One could demonstrate similar shifts along these lines with regard to other major changes in knowledge about the affective realm, from Aristotle to the Stoics, to Descartes, to Darwin.
He taught philosophy at the University of Caen (1836) and eventually the Sorbonne where he lectured on Plato and Aristotle. He was elected to the Constituent Assembly in April 1848 during the Second Republic, then again in the Second Empire (1863-1871) where he voted with the moderate Republicans, and finally elected a permanent Senator in the Third Republic.
Starting from Aristotle (Tanwar), Ibn-e-Khuldun (Encyclopedia Briannica, s.v.
Tsikaloudaki (2002), Sustainable development of outdoor spaces in urban environment, Thessaloniki, Greece, Aristotles University of Thessaloniki.
Now, to be delighted at being human, one need not take irrational pride in the achievements of other human beings--the Aristotles, Mozarts, Einsteins, Edisons, Van Goghs, Dostoyevskys or John Glenns and Buz Aldrens, not to mention all the less widely hailed heroes of the world.
Opponents of compulsory voting, especially libertarians, tend to characterise or imagine that voluntary voting results in a world in which only your well-informed Socrateses, Platos and Aristotles trot down to the voting booths.
Case complexity scores in congenital heart surgery: a comparative study of Aristotles Basic Complexity score and Risk Adjustment in Congenital Heart Surgery (RACHS-1) system.
Among the topics are the Syriac Aristotelian tradition and the Syro-Arabic Baghdad philosophers, the transmission of popular philosophy in Egyptian monasteries after the Islamic conquest, and "active nature" and other striking features of Abu Bishr Matta ibn Yunus' cosmology as reconstructed from his commentary on Aristotles' Physics.
Some recent work, however, includes Belousov 2014 on the teachings ascribed to the Brahmans; Miles 2009 on Philostratus' use of Aristotles' Poetics.
(38.) Loys Le Roy, Aristotles politiques, or Discourses of gouernment, London, 1598 (Early English Books Online, Cambridge University Library), 53-54.
It does not promise a generation of Aristotles or Newtons, of Napoleons or Washingtons, of Raphaels or Shakespeares, though such miracles of nature it has before now contained within its precincts.
Aristotles' Rhetoric, mediated by Quintilian, gave Valla the opportunity to escape from the limitations of Ciceronian rhetoric.
Although the rim mostly retains its circular shape, some of its rim material slid across the floor of Mitchell, lowering Aristotles' rim.