In 1210 and again in 1215, an interdict was put upon the naturalis philosophia and the methafisica of the Stagirite.
The Stagirite (who knew the difference) called him a blockhead.
For they who have wasted their patrimony, as the Stagirite shrewdly observes, are great promoters of innovation!
Do the Outlook and the Commoner imply progress since the Stagirite?
For he has made use of much that came originally from the Stagirite.
Hence the name Peripatetics (the Walkers), which has always designated the disciples of the Stagirite philosopher.
Stagirite, Stagyrite, staj′i-rīt, adj. pertaining to Stageira in Macedonia.
The Stagirite was the founder of a school, Bacon the teacher and populariser for a nation.
Aristotle was born in Stagira in Macedonia, and from this fact he is called the Stagirite.
In Aristotle, indeed, he is able to have some complacency, since the Stagirite is in a degree "physiological."