Aristotle was a Classical Greek philosopher and scientist, often attributed as being the first scientist in history, and the father of science. Also a notable polymath, he researched and wrote on a wide array of subjects, including physics, biology, metaphysics, zoology, logic, ethics, poetry, theater, music, aesthetics, rhetoric, linguistics, politics, and government. He was also the founder of Western philosophy. He was tutored by Plato, and in turn tutored Alexander the Great.
|Who||philosopher, scientist, polymath|
|Birth Date||384 BC|
|Death Date||322 BC|
|Cause of Death||stomach disease|
|Education||tutored by Plato|
Herpyllis of Stagira
Pythias the Younger
How Added - Through his pupil Alexander the Great.
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