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Aristotle (384 BC–322 BC) was a Greek philosopher.
Aristotle or Aristoteles may also refer to:
- Aristotle of Cyrene (4th century BC), philosopher of the Cyrenaic school
- Aristotle of Argos (3rd century BC), rebel who led a revolt against the rule of Cleomenes III in Argos
- Aristotle of Mytilene (2nd century AD), Peripatetic philosopher in the time of Galen
- Aristotile Fioravanti (c.1415–c.1486), Italian Renaissance architect and engineer
- Aristotle Onassis (1900–1975), Greek shipping magnate
- Aristoteles (crater), a crater on the Moon
- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- Aristotle Square, in Thessaloniki, Greece
- Aristotle Lane, in Oxford, England
- Aristotelis (municipality), in Chalkidiki, Greece
- Aristotle (book), a children's book by Dick King-Smith
- Aristotle, Inc., a U.S. company founded and led by brothers John Aristotle Phillips and Dean Aristotle Phillips, which specializes in data-mining voter data for political campaigns
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