Aristotle's Contribution To Human Life

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Aristotle
Aristotle is the father of modern philosophy. He has made important contributions to several branches of science that include biology, metaphysics, logic, politics, agriculture, medicine, and theatre. As a young man, he was a student of Plato, another great philosophy leader. Plato had learned from Socrates. He developed a formalized system of reasoning in the field of logic. He also rejected the famous Plato’s theory of forms. Most of his writings form the basis for physics, human anatomy, psychology, and human ethics. His contribution to humanity development makes him a special person in history.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Junior was a Christian American Baptist bishop and a human rights activist who championed for American African civil rights. Most of his work was centered on non-violent civil disobedience. He is also known for his “I have a dream” speech where he spoke against segregation based on the color, race, and culture. He won a Nobel Prize for his contribution to human equality. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated as he planned for occupation of the Washington DC. His contribution has led to equal rights for humanity in the United States and around the world.
Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill was the British Prime Minister during the Second World War. He was also a great historian and a writer. He had a long history of winning and losing in many elective positions in Britain. At one point, he went to exile after having supported
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