Aristotle's Secret Book of Histories D
When Aristotle is mentioned, of course the first thing that comes to mind is his brilliance. He was a powerhouse Greek philosopher, having contributed to logic, metaphysics, mathematics, physics, biology, botany, ethics, politics, agriculture, medicine, dance and theater. He studied Plato, who, in turn, studied Socrates, so there are a lot of the same underlying principles in the way these great thinkers of the past found common ground. Aristotle was one to go above and beyond what the other two philosophers contributed. In his way of thinking, magic played a key role. This is not to discredit the other two for magic, because they also had their own little magical queries that were answer in due thought. Aristotle is the one that took magic into account the most times and kind of ramped up these theories, though. He was the most magical out of the trio.