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(385-322), disciple of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great; founder of the Peripatetic school; greatest of philosophers, master of all knowledge—physics, metaphysics, natural philosophy, ethics, politics, poetics, sociology, logic, rhetoric, etc.; 2.56; 3.35.

might have been a great orator, 1.4.

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    • Cicero, De Officiis, 1.4
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