If you have browsed nonfiction, you may have noticed that at the end of general knowledge (Dewey Decimal 001) and right before books about books (002) there are some titles on unusual topics.  You might encounter Atlantis, Area 51, bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and other subjects worthy of The X-Files under the call number…
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Aristotle at the library

Aristotle was one of the most seminal thinkers in world history. Born in Macedonia in 384 B.C., Aristotle traveled to Athens where he studied under Plato. However, while Plato focused on deductive reasoning and esoteric ideas, such as his theory of forms, Aristotle interested himself in empirical observations. A keen viewer of the natural world…
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