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Definition: Greek philosopher who wrote extensively on many topics, including psychological principles. Background: Aristotle represents the apex of ancient Greek philosophy and science. He made contributions to many fields including biology, cognitive psychology, behavioral psychology, sensation, perception, ethics, logic, anatomy and practical philosophy. His philosophy is very purposive, with everything in nature having a distinct purpose. Related Terms: Active reason
Law of contiguity (Aristotle)
Law of contrast
Law of frequency
Law of similarity
Laws of association (Aristotle)
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