Plato equated geometry to the physical world as much as possible. We refer to his 5 solids as the Platonic solids. He equated the stable cube to earth, the tetrahedron with its pointy corners to fire, the mobile looking octahedron to air, the 20 sided icosahedrons to water, and finally the 12 sided dodecahedron to the universe...
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