Aristotle seems to regard celestial bodies as living beings with a rational soul as their form
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On the Heavens - Wikipediahich, unlike the earthly up-and down-ward locomotions, can last eternally selfsame. As substances, celestial bodies have matter (aether) and form (a given period of uniform rotation). Sometimes <span>Aristotle seems to regard them as living beings with a rational soul as their form (see also Metaphysics, bk. XII). This work is significant as one of the defining pillars of the Aristotelian worldview, a school of philosophy that dominated intellectual thinking fo
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