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Adj.1.Aristotelic - of or relating to Aristotle or his philosophy; "Aristotelean logic"
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See, for example, George Boole, The Laws of Thought (London: Walton and Maberly, 1854); Francis Bowen, A Treatise on Logic, or, The Laws of Pure Thought: Comprising Both the Aristotelic and Hamiltonian Analyses of Logical Forms, and Some Chapters of Applied Logic (Boston: John Allyn, 1874); Asa Mahan, The Science of Logic; or, An Analysis of the Laws of Thought (New York: A.
He continues, "I have always believed that--and his is a sequence of affirmations of logic and principle, very Aristotelic and representative of my own education--life has a purpose, and its purpose is to search for happiness; that virtue is to work for the good, and that its purest expression is to work for the common good--that politics is the exercise of the common good, and public service is politics.