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After studying with Plato for nearly 20 years, Aristotle set out on his own as a teacher. He opened a school in Athens, where he taught on everything from science, to politics, to critical thinking.
Aristotle wrote over 200 books during his life. These books would remain long after his death, and would affect western thinking for centuries to come.