A man who wrote philosophical texts that are now used to make college undergraduate philosophy majors suffer intensely.
Aristotle: "...if, however, something comes to be F from being G, where G is opposite to F and G does not remain, we speak in both ways, saying both that something comes to be F from being G and that the G comes to be F..."
Philosophy Major: "I would rather castrate myself than finish this paragraph."
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