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Andronicus of Rhodes (70?-50? bc)

Andronicus of Rhodes (70?-50? bc), Peripatetic philosopher who lived in the 1st century bc. Peripatetics were students and followers of Aristotle (384-322 bc), philosopher in ancient Greece.

For information on: Andronicus of

For information on:
Andronicus of Rhodes as a follower of Aristotle, "see "Peripatetics
contribution of Andronicus to the origin of metaphysics, "see "Metaphysics: "Introduction"
Aristotelian philosophy, "see "Aristotle

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