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- noun A disciple of
Aristotle; an Aristotelian.
- adjective Of or pertaining to the
philosophyor methodsof Aristotle, or to his followers.
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Stoic; and having spent a considerable time with him, when I had not acquired any further knowledge of God (for he did not know himself, and said such instruction was unnecessary), I left him and betook myself to another, who was called a Peripatetic, and as he fancied, shrewd.
A barbarous philofophy, called the Peripatetic, prevailed after this for a long period.
The evidence for a future period of improvement in the state of mankind, with the means and duty of promoting it; represented in a discourse, delivered on Wednesday the 25th of April, 1787, at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, London, to the supporters of a New Academical Institution among Protestant Dissenters; [to which are added two Reports]
"I surrendered myself to a certain Stoic, and, having spent a considerable time with him, when I had not acquired any further knowledge of God -- for he did not know it himself, and said such instruction was unnecessary -- I left him and betook myself to another, who was called a Peripatetic, and, as he fancied, shrewd.
"'Peripatetic' is probably a word you'd use about him.
In 2010, he published a memoir, "Recollections of a Peripatetic Pedagogue."
Peripatetic, because the source of LP's music was dynamic, shifting from percussion to keyboards to the trading lead rapid-fire vocals of rapping Mike Shinoda to Chester Bennington whose signature is a primal full-voiced "scream."
Peripatetic author Paul Theroux has a new best-of book—and strong views on travel essentials, the worst tourists and food worth avoiding.
I just typed The End on (okay, don't laugh at this title, or do!) "Professor Dingleberry and the Peripatetic Coxcomb Abode."
Professor Dingleberry and the Peripatetic Coxcomb Abode (June 22 — 3,500 words) 102.
One can only imagine Aristotle meandering about his patio lecturing to his Peripatetic pupils with "uh's" and "um's" and "hmm's" and "kinda's" and how that babbling affected the history of philosophical thought for the next couple thousand years.