The Greek philosopher and scientist Aristotle was a prolific writer and polymath who made tremendous contributions to a wide number of fields including mathematics, physics, biology, botany, medicine, logic, metaphysics, ethics, politics, agriculture, dance and theatre. A major figure in ancient Greek philosophy, he was a student of Plato’s and even more empirically-minded than his teacher. Regarded as one of the greatest intellectual figures of Western history, Aristotle founded the first comprehensive system of Western philosophy and his teachings greatly influenced Judeo-Islamic philosophical and theological thought during the Middle Ages and continue to interest scholars to the present day. Over his lifetime, the great philosopher is credited to have written as many as 200 treatises, of which only 31 survive. From what remains of his original words, we have compiled a collection of quotations by Aristotle that make a small portion of his wisdom accessible to the readers in the contemporary world.