Aristotle (384–322 BCE) was a Greek philosopher and scientist who lived during the time of Alexander the Great. He wrote works on many subjects, including physics, biology, politics and metaphysics.
Actually, Aristotle was born in 384 BCE in Stagira, a Greek colony on the Macedonian coast of Thrace. His father was an important person in Macedonia and a close friend of King Amyntas III. Aristotle studied in Athens for twenty years with Plato; he then returned to Macedonia and became tutor to Alexander the Great from 335 BCE until 323 BCE. After Alexander’s death he returned to Athens where he founded his own school called The Lyceum after its location near the temple of Apollo Lyceum. He died there in 322 BCE at age 62.
It’s true that Aristotle’s ideas about physics, biology, and other areas of science are still studied and discussed today. His philosophy also continues to be influential.
In addition, Aristotle’s ideas about science have influenced modern scientists with his theories on physics, biology, zoology, botany and many other subjects. Aristotle also had a major impact on the way people think about nature. He believed that everything in nature happened for a reason, so if you wanted to understand why something happened you had to look at the cause behind it. This idea is known as teleology – the idea that everything has a purpose or goal.