Meaning “the best purpose”, derived from (aristos) meaning “best” and (telos) meaning “purpose, aim”.
The Greek philosopher of the 4th century BC Aristotle was born in 384 B.C. in Stagira in northern Greece.
At age 17 he was sent to Athens to enroll in Plato’s Academy.
He spent 20 years as a student and teacher at the school.
He rented space in the Lyceum, a former wrestling school outside the city.
Like Plato’s Academy, the Lyceum attracted students from throughout the Greek world.
It was at the Lyceum that Aristotle probably composed most of his approximately 200 works, of which only 31 survive.
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