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Aristotle BCMS

Aristotle

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What did Aristotle call the higher being? The Unmoved Mover
Aristotle added an additional element to the original four. What was this element? aether
Aristotle classified animals as blood or no blood. Besides live-bearing, what type of animals were considered blood? egg-bearing
What types of animals were in no blood? invertebrates
Did Aristotle believe virtue affected the proper function of an object? No
Aristotle's element Earth corresponded to what modern idea? solid
Aristotle's element water corresponded to what modern idea? liquid
Aristotle's element air corresponded to what modern idea? gas
Aristotle's element fire corresponded to what modern idea? heat
Aether made up the stars and what? planets
Created by: kault