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Aristotle founded the Peripatetic school in 335 BC when he first opened his philosophical school at the Lyceum in Athens. The name of the school derives from the Greek word for walking: either from covered walkways at the Lyceum known as peripatoi, or Aristotle's penchant for walking while he lectured.
Members of the Peripatetic School include:
Peripatetic is also used more generally to mean "wandering".
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