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Time and again we read that Aristotle spoke out against the existence of Plato's Atlantis.
-- Yet is this really true?

Already in 2010, I wrote a book about the question, translated to English in 2012.

Now I present a video covering the basic arguments. It is quite obvious: Aristotle did not speak against the existence of Plato's Atlantis. To the contrary. With all probability, Aristotle was in favour of the existence of Atlantis.

This does not clarify the question itself, whether Atlantis was real, and in which way it was real (I personally think of a Mediterranean location around 1200 BC), yet to show what Aristotle thought or not thought is a milestone on the way to find better answers.

Video: Aristotle and Atlantis.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inWb6IVNWFQ

You maybe already stumbled upon my thoughts in the popular book "Meet me in Atlantis" by Mark Adams, on page 182.



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