Final Exam Review Sheet - Final Exam Review Sheet Physics I...

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Final Exam Review Sheet Physics I and Generation and Corruption excerpts on the principles of coming-to-be and passing-away, or change: What is the distinction between ‘in its own right’ (‘per se’) and ‘by virtue of a concurrence’ (‘incidentally’)? Per se: To have being, or exists, simply, without qualification. By, of, or in itself or oneself or themselves : as such Virtue of a concurrence: What we say when an outcome is the result of luck. Why are the principles of change contraries and not contradictories? Contraries: Intermediates, a contrary relative to each extreme e.g. black or grey things changing to white Contradictories: When one thing comes out of a seemingly unrelated item or condition. How could the pale come out of the dark> What role in change is played by matter? (What is Aristotle’s conception of matter here?) Matter, in its pure state, would hav no characteristics whatsoever. There is the example of the acorn and the oak.
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