the third aspect <to><of> the philosophy


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While listening to Sam Berns I noticed that he said "the third aspect TO the philosophy is...". As a non-native, I would use the preposition "of". Sometimes I catch myself mixing to with of in similar cases, but I don't remember other examples. Why "to" is the right one here? Is there a way to understand it or just accept it? Thanks.
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