Father of Political science
Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher born in 384 BC. He was born in the city of Stagira, in the north of classical Greece. He is considered as the father of western philosophy and also a father of political science. He provided a various harmonious synthesis on various existing projects which made him most famous.
Let us know about his personal life and childhood. His father's name is Nicomachus who died when Aristotle was a child. Afterwards, Aristotle was brought up by a guardian. Ancient philosophy was considered as his era and western philosophy as his region. Aristotle did his schooling in Peripatetic school, Aristotelianism. His main interests were as follows :
- Economics and many more.
Aristotle's notable ideas were Aristotelian Philosophy, Syllogism, Theory of the soul, and Virtue ethics. Among medieval Muslim scholars, Aristotle was known as the first teacher. His ethics also gained renewed interest with the modern advent of virtue ethics.
All aspects of his philosophy continue to the object of academic science. He wore many elegant treatises and dialogues for public speeches. Only around a third of his original output has survived. although none of them were written for publication.
Even in early modern days, theories including William Harvey's circulation of blood, and Galileo Galilee's kinematics were developed by the reaction of Aristotle's works. In the 19th century, George Boole used Aristotle's work as a foundation and invented his own system of algebraic logic.
Aristotle was widely ridiculed by many of his thinkers by the philosopher Bertrand Russell and the biologist Peter Medawar. He was taken most seriously in the thinking of Ayn Raynd and Alasdair Macintyre. Armand Marie Lorie reconstructed Aristotle's biology. Poetics continues to play a role in the cinema of the United States about the image of Aristotle tutoring the young Alexander. Alexander left this world in 322 BC at the age of 62 years ( approx. ) in Greece, Macedonian Empire.