Also, what parts was he right and wrong about?
asked Sep 02 '12 at 14:40
Aristotle is the father of logic. Objectivism holds the validity of reason in conjunction with the method of logic as the means of the identification of existence. Ayn Rand referred to Aristotelean logic as the art of noncontradictory identification.
Roderick Fitts did a synopsis of a section of Peikoff's Objectivism Through Induction he entitled Induction of Objectivity where he mentions a few shortcoming on Aristotle's behalf - not outright errors that you request. I am not familiar enough with Aristotle's works to be able to identify if it was erroneous in parts.
answered Sep 02 '12 at 17:17