Who said, "Man is by nature a political animal"?

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Aristotle said 'man by nature is a political animal'. It was part of his work 'The Politics'. He wrote this in about 335 B.C. Aristotle was a Greek philosopher and one of Plato's students.
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Of course Aristotle was right! He was a genius and very much like Einstein in mathematics - although Aristotle's genius was more in logic and physics than in mathematics - even though
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