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Occasionally, when logic and rational inferences based on experience were not enough, Plato and Aristotle would resort to settling their discourse by other means.
ARISTOTLE WITH A BUST OF HOMER:
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Aristotle Instructs Young Alexander in Philosophy
'I think that's always how it's been!'
Making philosophy accessible: Pop-up Plato.
Alexander the Great
The Unknown Philosopher, who first realised life is no picnic.
'Syllogisms won't do you any good here, Mr Aristotle.'
"What would Aristotle do?"
'You know Alexander if you go on like this you could unite the whole of Europe.'
'This course in philosophy is not designed to teach you how to make a living. I will be teaching you how to make a life.'
'Don't tell me what Aristotle says. He still believes men have more teeth than women.'
'Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.'
Galileo vs Aristotle
'But didn't you once tell us that, 'The whole is greater than the sum of its parts?''
'Nature abhors a vacuum. Nature is my cat.'
Nature abhors an empty box.
'Oi! Man is not a political animal in here!'
'Let me know when they figure out that it isn't flat.'
'I am not, metaphysically speaking, as loopy as you seem to believe.'
Have A Nietzsche Day
Conference on the Control of Time and Space. Left to Right: Isaac Newton, Aristotle, HG Wells, Ptolemy,Isaac Asimov, Albert Einstein, Galileo, Copernicus.
''Guilty or not guilty'? -- Who are you, Aristotle?'
"2 glasses of wine at lunch, I think I'm Socrates..."