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Andrea Falcon argues that Aristotle thinks that there would be no sublunary world without the action of the celestial world. Andrea Falcon argues that Aristotle is committed to the existence of material discontinuity in the natural world. Andrea Falcon argues that Aristotle thinks of the natural world as a very special causal system in which the direction of explanation is from the celestial to the sublunary world only. Falcon argues that Aristotle thinks the study of the Sun and the celestial world should precede, rather than follow, the study of the sublunary world - 

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