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Definition of Aristotelic

Aristotelic
Aristotelic Ar`is*to*tel"ic, a. Pertaining to Aristotle or to his philosophy. ``Aristotelic usage.' --Sir W. Hamilton.

Meaning of Aristotelic from wikipedia

- Mozeley. A Catalogue of Foreign and English Theology ...: A Collection of Aristotelic, Scotist, Thomist, and Other Writers from the Twelfth to Eighteenth Century...
- Isfahan in Iran and himself was a native of Baghdad, where he studied the Aristotelic ‘demonstrative’ (burhan) sciences. It seems the Kitab al-Bulhan was commissioned...
- the chair of professor of the Gr**** and Latin languages, and of the Aristotelic philosophy; and in 1677 he was appointed professor of belles-lettres...
- each individual creation, and processing them one by one, helped by the Aristotelic method of ten categories. The soul cannot get beyond questioning herself...
- the chair of professor of the Gr**** and Latin languages, and of the Aristotelic philosophy; and in 1677 he was appointed professor of belles-lettres...
- Scholastic, he was not an Aristotelic-Thomist one (as most of the well-known mediaeval philosophers are), but rather an Aristotelic-Scotist philosopher, that...
- the chair of professor of the Gr**** and Latin languages, and of the Aristotelic philosophy; and in 1677 he was appointed professor of belles-lettres...
- enhanced telescope. These moons were found orbiting around Jupiter. If the Aristotelic geocentric theory had been correct, then these moons could not have existed...
- the chair of professor of the Gr**** and Latin languages, and of the Aristotelic philosophy; and in 1677 he was appointed professor of belles-lettres...
- post-medieval thought striving for eman****tion from Christian religion and Aristotelic tradition. The origin of this liberation, characteristic of modernity...
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