Aristotle's Number Puzzle

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<br> <br> <strong>More about Aristotle</strong> <br> <br> The Greek thinker was a founder of Western science and philosophy- he invented the telescope, the compass and the thermometer. But he was a master of other subjects too, apart from Science. His original writings (of which only about a third have survived) covered a diverse range of subjects including logic, physics, biology, music, politics, ethics and poetry. His influence has lasted over two thousand years, making him a truly Great Mind. <br> <br> <strong>More about this puzzle</strong> <br> <br> Difficulty rating: 5 (a conundrum, but a pleasure to solve). <br> <br> Part of the 'Great Minds' range of puzzles from Professor Puzzle. Each character has been thoughtfully placed with a relevant puzzle and the products are finished in an antique style to give them an aged look. Every box has information and a brief history of the 'Great Mind' himself and how the man and puzzle are linked together.

A wooden puzzle based on the works of Aristotle.

The Great Minds range pairs classic puzzles with important and inspirational well-known humans. The wooden puzzles are finished in an antique style, and each box includes information and a brief history of the ‘Great Mind’ and how the puzzle relates to them.

Difficulty rating: 5 (a conundrum, but a pleasure to solve).

More about Aristotle:

Aristotle (384-322 BC) was a key player in ancient Greek advancements in science and philosophy. A student of Plato, his interests include physics, biology, logic, politics, zoology, music and economics, among many others. He spent much of his life in Athens, and established the Peripatetic School of Philosophy at the Athenian Lyceum temple of Apollo. Around a third of his original writings have survived, and his influence continues to this day.

A fun gift for anyone who loves a challenge.

  • Product Code: CMCN439400
  • Product Weight: 0.25 Kg
  • Dimensions: H15 x W9 x L15cm
  • Material: Wood
  • Postage Weight: 0.86 Kg

<br> <br> <strong>More about Aristotle</strong> <br> <br> The Greek thinker was a founder of Western science and philosophy- he invented the telescope, the compass and the thermometer. But he was a master of other subjects too, apart from Science. His original writings (of which only about a third have survived) covered a diverse range of subjects including logic, physics, biology, music, politics, ethics and poetry. His influence has lasted over two thousand years, making him a truly Great Mind. <br> <br> <strong>More about this puzzle</strong> <br> <br> Difficulty rating: 5 (a conundrum, but a pleasure to solve). <br> <br> Part of the 'Great Minds' range of puzzles from Professor Puzzle. Each character has been thoughtfully placed with a relevant puzzle and the products are finished in an antique style to give them an aged look. Every box has information and a brief history of the 'Great Mind' himself and how the man and puzzle are linked together.

A wooden puzzle based on the works of Aristotle.

The Great Minds range pairs classic puzzles with important and inspirational well-known humans. The wooden puzzles are finished in an antique style, and each box includes information and a brief history of the ‘Great Mind’ and how the puzzle relates to them.

Difficulty rating: 5 (a conundrum, but a pleasure to solve).

More about Aristotle:

Aristotle (384-322 BC) was a key player in ancient Greek advancements in science and philosophy. A student of Plato, his interests include physics, biology, logic, politics, zoology, music and economics, among many others. He spent much of his life in Athens, and established the Peripatetic School of Philosophy at the Athenian Lyceum temple of Apollo. Around a third of his original writings have survived, and his influence continues to this day.

A fun gift for anyone who loves a challenge.

  • Product Code: CMCN439400
  • Product Weight: 0.25 Kg
  • Dimensions: H15 x W9 x L15cm
  • Material: Wood
  • Postage Weight: 0.86 Kg
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