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Aristotle of Cyrene (or Aristoteles, Greek: Ἀριστοτέλης; fl. 325 BC) was a Greek philosopher who may have belonged to the Cyrenaic school. He was a native of Cyrene, and a contemporary of Stilpo. He taught Cleitarchus and Simmias of Syracuse before they became pupils of Stilpo. It has generally been assumed that Aristotle was a member of the Cyrenaic school, but this assumption is somewhat doubtful. According to Diogenes Laërtius, he wrote a work on the art of poetry. The only aspect of his philosophical views which is known is a short piece of ethical advice preserved by Aelian:

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  • Aristòtil de Cirene (en grec antic Ἀριστοτέλης) fou un escriptor i poeta grec nascut a Cirene, contemporani d'Estilpó, que menciona Diògenes Laerci i dona el nom d'una de les seves obres, Περὶ Ποιητικῆς (Sobre la poètica).
  • Aristoteles von Kyrene (altgriechisch Ἀριστοτέλης ὁ Κυρηναῖος Aristotélēs hò Kyrēnaíos, latinisiert Aristoteles Cyrenaicus) war ein griechischer antiker Philosoph aus Kyrene, der wahrscheinlich um das 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. lebte. Man zählt ihn gelegentlich zu den Kyrenaikern. Clemens von Alexandria erwähnt an einer Stelle einen Athleten Aristoteles von Kyrene.
  • Aristotle of Cyrene (or Aristoteles, Greek: Ἀριστοτέλης; fl. 325 BC) was a Greek philosopher who may have belonged to the Cyrenaic school. He was a native of Cyrene, and a contemporary of Stilpo. He taught Cleitarchus and Simmias of Syracuse before they became pupils of Stilpo. It has generally been assumed that Aristotle was a member of the Cyrenaic school, but this assumption is somewhat doubtful. According to Diogenes Laërtius, he wrote a work on the art of poetry. The only aspect of his philosophical views which is known is a short piece of ethical advice preserved by Aelian:
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  • Aristòtil de Cirene (en grec antic Ἀριστοτέλης) fou un escriptor i poeta grec nascut a Cirene, contemporani d'Estilpó, que menciona Diògenes Laerci i dona el nom d'una de les seves obres, Περὶ Ποιητικῆς (Sobre la poètica). Sembla que es va dedicar a la filosofia i se suposa que formava part de l'Escola cirenaica. Va tenir com a deixebles a Clitarc i a Símies de Siracusa, abans que els dos es fessin deixebles d'Estilpó. Claudi Elià va conservar un consell ètic d'aquest personatge: "Aristòtil de Cirene va dir que no s'hauria d'acceptar cap favor de ningú. Perquè o tindràs problemes si intentes tornar-lo, o semblarà que ets un ingrat si no ho fas".
  • Aristoteles von Kyrene (altgriechisch Ἀριστοτέλης ὁ Κυρηναῖος Aristotélēs hò Kyrēnaíos, latinisiert Aristoteles Cyrenaicus) war ein griechischer antiker Philosoph aus Kyrene, der wahrscheinlich um das 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. lebte. Man zählt ihn gelegentlich zu den Kyrenaikern. Über Aristoteles von Kyrene ist so gut wie nichts bekannt. Laut Diogenes Laertios war er ein Lehrer des Historikers Kleitarchos und des Philosophen . Ob er tatsächlich zur Schule der Kyrenaiker zu rechnen ist, ist in Zweifel gezogen worden. Ebenfalls nach Diogenes Laertios hat er eine Schrift über Poetik verfasst. Laut Claudius Aelianus soll er der Ansicht gewesen sein, dass man sich keinen Gefallen tun lassen soll, weil dieser unter Umständen nur schwer zurückgezahlt werden könne und man als undankbar erscheine, falls man das nicht tut. Clemens von Alexandria erwähnt an einer Stelle einen Athleten Aristoteles von Kyrene.
  • Aristotle of Cyrene (or Aristoteles, Greek: Ἀριστοτέλης; fl. 325 BC) was a Greek philosopher who may have belonged to the Cyrenaic school. He was a native of Cyrene, and a contemporary of Stilpo. He taught Cleitarchus and Simmias of Syracuse before they became pupils of Stilpo. It has generally been assumed that Aristotle was a member of the Cyrenaic school, but this assumption is somewhat doubtful. According to Diogenes Laërtius, he wrote a work on the art of poetry. The only aspect of his philosophical views which is known is a short piece of ethical advice preserved by Aelian: Aristoteles of Cyrene said that you should not accept a favor from anyone. For either you have trouble if you try to pay it back, or you appear to be ungrateful if you don't. An athlete of the same period called Aristotle of Cyrene, who spurned the love of Lais, is mentioned in a moral anecdote by Clement of Alexandria.
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