Aristotelian

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From Latin Aristoteles + -ānus.

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Aristotelian (plural Aristotelians)

  1. A disciple of Aristotle (for ancient Greek disciples, see peripatetic; for medieval Christian ones, see scholastic)

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Aristotelian (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to Aristotle, his philosophy, logic, or followers.
    • Having noted that, it should be kept in mind that such scholars (i.e. those who reject that Cusanus is trivialist) should not cite as evidence for denying he was a trivialist the fact that Cusanus was an advocate of Aristotelian logic and the Law of Non-Contradiction.47 This is because an advocacy of both Aristotelian logic and the law of Non-Contradiction are quite compatible with being a trivialist – the trivialist accepts the truth of all propositions, including the Law of Non-Contradiction and other laws of Aristotelian logic. ' Kabay, Paul A Defense of Trivialism page 36

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