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Erasing Aristotle

Xi happily rewrites his own history, so why not ours?

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

There can have been few more influential people in the life of the world than Aristotle. Born about 384 BC, much is unknown about his life, but little in the development of what has become the West has been unaffected by his thinking and writing. Whether it be physics, politics, ethics, logic, psychology or economics, the student of Plato imparted a practical philosophy that remains unsurpassed in its range and depth of thought.

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