384 BCE–322 BCE
Historical Period: Ancient Greece
Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher who set up a rival academy, The Lyceum, to challenge Plato’s Academy. Aristotle wrote influential works in a range of disciplines - politics, physics, ethics, economics - and had a profound impact on Western thought.
- Author: Constitution of Athens
- Author: The Nicomachean Ethics
- Author: The Politics vol. 1
- Author: Posterior Analytics