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31 thon') - since this latter revolves with the earth, but in a smaller orbit. 47 Incidentally, Aetius ascribes the Anticthon'doctrine not to Philolaus, but to Hiketas 48. Diogenes Laertius reiterates the same suggestion 49. The tight orbit into which Philolaus twisted the earth is collapsed to zero by Hiketas, leaving the planet 'spinning' on its axis. But this was probably conceived as 'revolution in a zero diameter orbit'. Ekphantus as we saw also let the earth move, rather than the sun and stars 50.
Mars: Ensphered d la Eudoxos. "Here is how Eudoxos accounted for the motion of a planet, with four spheres. The planet itself is carried by the innermost, embedded at some place on the equator. The outermost of the four spins round a North-South axle once in 24 hours, to account for the planet's daily motion in common with the stars. The next inner sphere spins with its axle pivoted in the outermost sphere and tilted 23t o from the N-S direction, so that its equator is ecliptic path of the Sun and planets.
Nor was his outlook even affected by mathematical considerations, as Plato's surely had been. In his geometrical computations Eudoxos had entertained imaginary 95 96 De Caela, II, 14, pp. 297b-298a. Compare Newton's 17th century adaptation of the same arguments; cf. p. 46 supra. C. 65 spheres solely to 'account for' the observations; to 'reduce' the apparent anomalies to possible intelligible structures. 97 Although he was aware of Eudoxos' intentions, Aristotle could not rest with suggestions so tentative and hypothetical.
F-89 Scorpion in detail scale by Bert Kinzey