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what where Aristotle's 2 main beliefs?

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    Aristotle believed that all people by nature desire to know. A sign of one who knows is that that person can teach, while the person of experience without knowledge cannot. He defined wisdom as knowledge of principles and causes. In his Physics and Metaphysics Aristotle discussed the material and formal causes Plato used and also the efficient and final causes. thanks to this guy/girl... he/she answered it http://www.peeranswer.com/profile/destinylover1/wall

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