Definition from Dr. William Doty's, Myth: A Handbook,
published by Greenwood Press
Aristotle (in Greek transliteration, Aristoteles) — 384—347 B.C.E., Greek philosopher. Plato's pupil until the latter's death; tutor of the son of Philip of Macedon, Alexander (the Great). Often considered the founder of the natural sciences, as opposed to Plato's founding of the humanities, especially philosophy.
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