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Unformatted text preview: essence every substance seems to signify Primary substance: any this; a particular; an individual; that which is neither said of a subject nor in a subject Secondary substances: species and genera Qualities cannot exist separately since all of them are said of substances as teir subjects. Aristotle (301) E.g. a red wagon; a musical man Forms only exist in matter Form is essential to substance Parmenides v. Aristotle What-is. .is one. _ Parmenides In what sense are all things one? For being has many senses. Aristotle Zeno v. Aristotle If several things exist, the things that exist are are infinte. For there are always others between the things that exist. Zeno The infinite exists in quantity. But a substance, or a quality, or an affections cannot be infinite. _ Aristotle...
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