The various theories of the world that were developed from Antiquity until
the appearance of the Copernican model were articulated from one of the following
two perspectives: the physical/real one, which followed the Aristotelian system,
and the astronomical-geometrical one, taken as a mathematical exercise to explain
the movement of the heavenly bodies, but not considered truthful.
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