Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.
Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC)I told him I don't know what that means (educating the heart to follow the mind? educating the mind to follow the heart? what's the context?) and he responded that as it is Aristotle, I should think about it.
It doesn't sound like Aristotle, does it? And why, when I googled the quote (for context), could I not find a reference to where it was?
I think this quote is made-up by a source who has managed to fool many, including our good friend E-man. I don't think Aristotle said it; I would bet it's an attempt of people who base their life decisions on faith-based-claims to reassure others that their belief is true because even as great a philosopher as Aristotle believed in the logic of the educated heart.
Some smarter people from the Straight Dope forum apparently agree with me and I've sent a shaila asking where the mekor for the Aristotle quote comes from to Snopes as well.
For an attempt to co-opt Aristotle into frumkeit specifically, see "his" letter in the Meam Loez, here.