Biography of Aristotle

Biography of Aristotle

Aristotle 384-322 BC ]

The world-conquering hero Alexander said sadly that there was no country left in the world to conquer. The same applies to his teacher, the great scholar Aristotle. There is no aspect of knowledge in which He is not the guide. His book Politics introduced modern politics. Poetice laid the foundations of the poetics of drama. He is the father of modern biology. Proponent of many philosophical theories. His thoughts and wisdom developed human civilization for nearly two thousand years.

Aristotle was born in Stazeira, Thrace, in 384 BC. His father was a doctor. The name is Nicomachus.

Aristotle studied at home as a child. At the age of 17, he lost his parents and left home. He came to Athens while traveling. At that time, Athens was the center of learning. Plato, a disciple of Socrates, built a new academy. Aristotle was admitted there. Within a few days, he became the best student of the academy in his own capacity. Plato was also impressed by his extraordinary intelligence.

Biography of Aristotle

Apart from teaching, Aristotle did research on various subjects such as logic, metaphysics, natural science, biology, ethics. Within a few days, the word of his deep knowledge, extraordinary erudition was spread all over. King Philip of Macedon was not unknown either. At the time of the birth of his son Alexander entrusted his education to Aristotle. At that time, Aristotle was a young man of twenty-eight years.

When Alexander was a boy of thirteen, Aristotle came and took charge of his education at the invitation of King Philip. A victorious student of the greatest Guru. Many ancient historians believe that Aristotle’s teachings helped to build Alexander’s indomitable spirit and steely character. In fact one had a strong desire to conquer the whole world and dominate it.

Others wanted to discover new worlds of knowledge and manipulate them for mankind. King Philip also had deep respect for Aristotle. He respected him not only as his son’s teacher but also as a true scholar. Stazeira, the birthplace of Aristotle, was destroyed by some miscreants. Many people there were living in captivity. At the will of King Philip Aristotle, he not only rescued Stazeira from the enemy army, but rebuilt the city from the ruins.

Biography of Aristotle

Aristotle was a wise man on the one hand and a good teacher on the other hand. So Alexander had infinite respect for Guru. He used to say, I got this life from my father and learned from the Guru how to make this life worthwhile. While Aristotle was working on the science of life, Alexander employed many people to help him, whose job it was to observe the life of various kinds of fish, birds, animals, collect and send their details.

Wherever any Puthi manuscript was found in the country and abroad, Alexander would collect the Puthi manuscript at any cost and hand it over to the Guru. When Alexander returned to Asia with his army, Aristotle returned, Athens was the seat of art and culture. Aristotle established a school here. He was fifty years old then. The school was named Lyceum. Because nearby was the temple of the Greek god Lyceum. 

Alexander died suddenly in 323 BC. The life that had been living under the umbrella of the heroic student until now came to light. He got news from some loyal students that a conspiracy was started against him. Aristotle was not aware of the fate of Socrates. So he secretly left Athens and took refuge on the island of Houria. But Aristotle did not have to suffer the pain of this voluntary exile for long. He died in 322 BC.

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