The great author Aristotle was born in 384 BC and came to be one of the greatest students of Plato. When he was 7 year old he began studies at the Academy. First he was a student, then he later became a researcher and finally he became a teacher. Aristotle left Athens after his cousin received the Academy in the will of his father, instead of himself. He then started his own branch of the Academy in Asia Minor, with biology as the focal point of the Academy. In 335BC, he founded the Lyceum. After fleeing to Greece because of the rioting against the Macedonia, he died in 322BC.
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