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For the mirror universe counterpart, see Aristotle (mirror).

Aristotle was a noted Greek philosopher who lived during the 4th century BC.

In 2374, the holographic reaction of Leonardo da Vinci told Captain Kathryn Janeway that he could understand the world of the 24th century even if Aristotle himself lectured him upon he collapsed from exhaustion. (VOY episode: "Concerning Flight")

The USS Aristotle was named after him. (TNG video game: Armada II)

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