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Statue of AristotleAristotle (384-322 B.C.) was Plato's student, but revised his teacher's ideas to be more consistent with ordinary experience. He thought human beings are one with the rest of nature, yet set apart from it by their ability to reason. Aristotle systematized the laws of thought, gave a complete account of nature and God, and developed an attractive view of the good life and the good society. He also provided the first systematic expositions of physics, biology, psychology and the standards of literature.




Aristotle Audio Books

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Aristotle In 90 Minutes

The Nichomachean Ethics

"Little minds are interested in the extrordinary, great minds are interested in the commonplace."     -- Elbert Hubbard

The Metaphysical Store 

"The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing." 
-- Sigmund Freud

My Prayer Bowl

"The task is to define oneself, for oneself, in a manner that enables a relationship to oneself. In doing so, one becomes who one truly is.
-- Dr. Allan Anderson






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"Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind. For the soul is dyed by the thoughts."-- Marcus Aurelius

Ancient Metaphysics 
"It is not enough to have a good mind. The main thing is to use it well."