Aristotle (384-322 BC), ancient sage, ancient Greek, one of the great philosophers, scientists and educators in the ancient history of the world, can be called the epitome of Greek philosophy. He is a student of Plato and a teacher of Alexander.
In 335 BC, Aristotle opened a school called Luceion in Athens, known as the carefree school. Marx once called Aristotle the most erudite figure among ancient Greek philosophers, and Engels called him "ancient Hegel".
As an encyclopedic scientist, he has made contributions to almost every discipline. His writing involves ethics, metaphysics, psychology, economics, theology, politics, rhetoric, natural science, pedagogy, poetry, customs, and Athenian law. Aristotle's works constructed the first extensive system of western philosophy, including morality, aesthetics, logic and science, politics and metaphysics.