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Aristotle was born in Stageira in Chalcidice in the northern
Greece. At 17, he went to Athens, and begun spending twenty years of
his life studying under Plato. When Plato died, he returned to Macedonia,
and became the mentor of Alexander the Great. Later, he went back to
Athens to establish his own school at Lyceum. Here, he spent most of
the rest of his life in research, teaching, and writing. His works
include a wide range of subjects including ethics, philosophy, physics,
biology, psychology, logic, politics, and rhetoric.