Aristotle's Contributions to Math?

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Aristotle's contributions to math serves as a model for his philosophy of science and logic. He uses mathematical arguments in his physical writings and also in biology and ethics. He provided an alternative to platonism.
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Aristostle in fact did not contribute at large to Math science. His main contribution is in the Logic field giving some basic definitions we know until today as silogism. You can
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