Aristotelic

adjective
of or relating to Aristotle or his philosophy
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Aristotelean logic

Pertains to noun: ↑Aristotle (for: ↑peripatetic), ↑Aristotle, ↑Aristotle (for: ↑Aristotelean), ↑Aristotle (for: ↑Aristotelian)
Derivationally related forms: ↑Peripatetic (for: ↑peripatetic), ↑Aristotelean (for: ↑Aristotelean), ↑Aristotle (for: ↑Aristotelean), ↑Aristotelian (for: ↑Aristotelian), ↑Aristotle (for: ↑Aristotelian)

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