Aristotle (384-322 BC): philosopher and scientist of ancient Greece

Dunn, P. M.
January 2006
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Aristotle's studies encompassed the entire world of living things. Many of his descriptions and classifications remain sound today. Although not a physician, he exerted a profound influence on medicine for the next 2000 years.


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