Aristotle lived in Athens during a time when the city flourished with scholars, artists, warriors, and politicians. He studied with Plato at the School of Athens, eventually distinguishing himself as a brilliant philosopher and scientist. Later, he established the Lyceum school in Athens, where he gave groundbreaking lectures on a broad variety of topics, such as logic, biology, and physics. His lectures and books are still considered to be important pieces of the foundations of philosophy and science.
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Among the trees of Athens Life in ancient Athens Life in the King's court Investigating the natural world Return to Greece Thinking about thinking On Earth and the heavens above On right and wrong The impact of Aristotle.