Great Scientists: Aristotle (2004)
with Dr. Allan Chapman
Marble bust of Aristotle. Roman copy after a Greek bronze original by Lysippus c. 330 BC.
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Called the Father of Science, Aristotle challenged commonly held and incorrect views of the world. His ideas were so important in the foundation of science that they remained unchallenged for nearly two thousand years. Dr Allan Chapman travels from his lecture theatre in Oxford to Greece to tell us about the man who discovered the four elements of earth, air, wind and fire and who first established the idea that there was a logical explanation for everything.
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