What did Aristotle invent?

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Aristotle a Greek philosopher, discovered the concept of potency by observing accidental changes. He observed, for instance, that a sculptor can make a statue from a block of marble. This is possible only because the block of marble is endowed with a certain property - the possibility and capacity of being transformed.
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There wasn't a lot of physical invention back then. Aristotle established and lectured at an academy, The Lyceum. Some of his topics included logic, physics, astronomy, meteorology,
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