Peripatetic Philosophy

Peripatetic Philosophy, the name given to the philosophy of Aristotle, from his habit of walking about with his disciples as he philosophised in the shady walks of the Lyceum.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Perim * Pernambuco
Pergamos
Peri
Periander
Pericles
Périer, Casimir
Perigee
Périgord
Périgueux
Perihelion
Perim
Peripatetic Philosophy
Pernambuco
Peronella
Perowne, Stewart
Perpignan
Perrault, Charles
Persecutions of the Church
Persephone
Persepolis
Perseus
Persia

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White, Thomas [1582–1676]