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    Aristotle was a great philosopher and used both inductive and deductive reasoning. The four categories of Aristotle's philosophy are Logic, Theoretical Philosophy (Math and Physics), Practical Philosophy (Ethics and Politics), and Poetical Philosophy (Poetry and the Fine Arts). When the Atomic Theory was discovered, Aristotle did not believe in it. He believed that all substances were made of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. He taught his beliefs, and he was so well known for his teachings, most believed him to be right. Shortly before Aristotle's death, Alexander the Great fell out of power in Athens and the new government associated Aristotle with Alexander the Great. This caused Aristotle to be forced to flee Athens. Soon after he died, complaining of stomache pains, in 322 BC.
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    "Chapter 10: Quantum Physics Today." Internet FAQ Archives - Online Education - Faqs.org. Web. 23 Nov. 2010. http://www.faqs.org/docs/qp/chap10.html.
    "Quantum Theory: Louis De Broglie." On Truth & Reality: Philosophy Physics Metaphysics of Space, Wave Structure of Matter. Famous Science Art Quotes. Web. 29 Nov. 2010. http://www.spaceandmotion.com/quantum-theory-de-broglie-quotes.htm.

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    Aristotle married his first wife, Pythias, in 345 BC. Pythias was the niece of King Hermias, a friend of Aristotle. After Pythias' death, Aristotle remarried to Herpyllis. Aristotle and Herpyllis had a son whom they named Nicomachus. One of the students Aristotle taught was Alexander the Great. It has been said that Aristotles great teachings lead to the success of Alexander the Great. In 3 {the_academy_of_athens.jpg} 35 BC, Aristotle opened his own school, Luceum, and ran it for 12 years. During this time he wrote many science books on philosophy and meterology.
    Aristotle was a great philosopher and used both inductive and deductive reasoning. The four categories of Aristotle's philosophy are Logic, Theoretical Philosophy (Math and Physics), Practical Philosophy (Ethics and Politics), and Poetical Philosophy (Poetry and the Fine Arts). When the Atomic Theory was discovered, Aristotle did not believe in it. He believed that all substances were made of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. He taught his beliefs, and he was so well known for his teachings, most believed him to be right. Shortly before Aristotle's death, Alexander the Great fell out of power in Athens and the new government associated Aristotle with Alexander the Great. This caused Aristotle to be forced to flee Athens. Soon after he died, complaining of stomache pains, in 322 BC.
    
    

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