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7. There are apparently three Peripatetic philosophers of the name of Aristoteles. The first is mentioned as a commentator of his great namesake (Syrian. Metaphys. 12.55); the second, a son of Erasistratus, is mentioned by S. Empiricus (ad v. Math. p. 51); and the third, a Mytilenaean, was one of the most distinguished speculative philosophers in the time of Galen. (De Consuetud. p. 553, ed. Paris.)

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