Aristotle (384 – 322 B.C.E.) was an ancient Greek philosopher, scientist, and polymath. Around the age of seventeen he moved from Macedonia to Athens where he studied with Plato for twenty years. After a few years away, Aristotle returned to Athens and began teaching. He established and taught at his own school, Lyceum, for twelve years. Although he is thought to have written many works, very little of it has survived, some only in fragments.
Quotes by Aristotle…
No man loves the man whom he fears.
To be happy means to be self-sufficient.
The answer to the last appeal of what is right lies within a man’s own heart. Trust yourself.
It was through the feeling of wonder that men now and at first began to philosophize.