Or, says McDonald, Jefferson may have been expressing an “Aristotelian idea.”
Forsake Plato if you must,—but you may do so only at the price of justifying yourself in the terms of Aristotelian arithmetic.
But this does not seem in consonance with the Aristotelian use of these terms.
The third great Aristotelian principle follows directly from these two.
And here his method of proving the existence of matter is Aristotelian and new.
But that philosophy is merely a theory, like the Aristotelian scientific theories so firmly believed in the middle ages.
But, above all, the Aristotelian biological works were fertilizers of the mind.
We find no development worthy of notice in Aristotelian ethics (see Peripatetics).
The rediscovery of the Aristotelian biology is a modern thing.
And this leads us to another important conception in the Aristotelian philosophy.
also Aristotelean, c.1600, of or pertaining to the person or teachings of Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.).