Aristotle (384 BCE – 322 BCE) was an ancient Greek philosopher and scientist. He was Plato's chief disciple and at one point, the tutor of Alexander the Great.[1]

In 1497, during the Bonfire of the Vanities, the Preacher, one of Girolamo Savonarola's nine lieutenants, stated that Savonarola condemned the teachings of both Plato and Aristotle, remarking that the only good thing they owed them was bringing forward many arguments which they could use against the heretics and that they and other philosophers were in Hell.[2]