Aristotle has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Uncommon Descent' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Aristotle was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] convert the ethos of the extraordinary from ancestor reverence into a motivational agenda. Aristotle, writing his Politics a century after the end of the wars, observed the spillover into the life [...]
[...] . Indeed, the notion that creative genius might have some touch of madness goes back to Plato and Aristotle. But some recent psychologists argue that the whole idea is a pure hoax. After all, it is [...]
[...] participate in syssitia. It’s interesting as well that in historical context of Cretan society, Aristotle believes King Minos establishes pederasty as a form of population control. A modern word for [...]
[...] goodbye. P.5–6 The last house belongs to Toula’s sister Athena, her husband Yianni, their son Aristotle (9) and their newborn baby. Athena tells Paris to come by the family restaurant and then [...]
[...] Number 3. The idea of Beginning-Middle-End, the foundation of narrative as first elucidated by Aristotle, works not only in terms of an overall story, but also for scenes, sequences, and subplots. And [...]
[...] , though, a day in which Ben and I were having a heated debate, Plato's idealism, versus Aristotle's realism. Finally, enough time devoted to that on this day, in the opinion of Prof who said, & [...]
[...] about the earth having a spherical shape was first introduced in the 6th century BC, with Aristotle officially providing evidence to stake the claim around 330 BC. Irving remains unconvinced. And [...]