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  1. Aristotle was totally wrong about women having fewer teeth than men. And also that lions and wolves have whole bones in their necks instead of vertebrae.

    Anaximander was very much mistaken about the fact that the stars, sun and moon are windows in the opaque substance surrounding the world and separating it from the toroids of unquenchable fire.

    Democritus was mistaken about the hooks on the surface of atoms, with which they cling to each other, and also about the fact that atoms have shapes such as cubic, prismatic, etc.

    In general, this is a strange question, scientific knowledge about the world then was very far from ours, and philosophical systems do not imply such an approach (I was wrong/not wrong).

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