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 is no known tangible item that Aristotle invented. However, logical thinking can be said as something Aristotle invented. His writings have contributed to many of today's philosophical
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Aristotle was more philosopher than an inventor of actual physical objects.
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Aristotle was a philosopher. Try Archimedes. He invented a wonderful screw.
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