Affects of Grecce
Aristotle built one of Greece's first school (The Lyceum). He taught many students about biology, astronomy, politics, and many other topics. Aristotle also believed that you could learn by reading others' findings. So he collected manuscripts from around the world creating Greece's first library. Aristotle himself wrote many manuscripts describing science, philosophy, and politics. However, Aristotle did not only make an impact on Greece. He was know in Arabic philosophy as "The First Teacher" and in the West he was called "The Philosopher". Even when Greece fell and Rome took over Aristotle's works were still read by Islamic Scholars.