In the play "Troilus and Cressida," we find the following words:"Not much unlike young men, whom Aristotle thought unfit to hear
Act 2, Scene 2
In The Advancement of Learning Bacon quotes Aristotle as saying, "Young men are no fit auditor of moral philosophy."
Is it a coicidence that "Shakespeare" and Bacon both make the same mistake when quoting from Aristotle?
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