As a correct reading of Aristotle this is dubious.
Aristotle saluted Hermias’s memory in “Ode to Virtue,” his only surviving poem.
Aristotle says that the word may not have infinitely many meanings.
Aristotle also makes some mathematical claims that are genuinely problematic.
In other words, Aristotle is a human being like us, albeit an extraordinary one.
These commentaries are being translated in the Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Project.
One major point of disagreement concerns Plato’s doctrine of Forms, which Aristotle rejected.
Aristotle further elaborates on causality in the rest of Physics II and in Parts of Animals I.
The example above contains three propositions in the indicative mood, which Aristotle calls “propositions.”
On the other hand, Alexander of Aphrodisias can also be a stumbling block for integrating Aristotle into the Platonic tradition.
Commentators on Aristotle from the 2nd century on tended to interpret Aristotle's mathematical objects as mental objects, which made Aristotle more compatible with neo-Platonism.
He studied at Athens under Aristotle, and when Aristotle was forced to retire in 323 he became the head of the Lyceum, the academy in Athens founded by Aristotle.
What they shared was the practice of reading and commenting on the texts of Aristotle on the crucial assumption that Aristotle was a philosophical authority and his works deserved to be studied with great care.
This view is reflected in the famous depiction of Plato and Aristotle in Raphael’s Vatican fresco School of Athens: Plato points to the heavens and the realm of Forms, Aristotle to the earth and the realm of things.
But historical interest in Aristotle returned in the latter part of the fifteenth century, and some scholars, mainly from the Thomistic and Albertist traditions, wanted to know what Aristotle had said about syllogistic.
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