Philo Notes - Denominative: They differ only by...

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02:37 Homonymous: Same name, different account Ex. “Dogfish”, “Celestial Dogs” and “Dogs” Synonymous: Same name and same account Ex. “Plato” and “Sortes” both have the account of “Man” Chapter 3 Equivocal: Same name, but different substance Univocal: Same name, and same substance
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Unformatted text preview: Denominative: They differ only by termination. So you can say that a thing is White but instead mean Whiteness. Most predications of quality are denominative Questions to ask the T.A What does Peter of Spain mean by Denominative? 02:37 02:37...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY 100B taught by Professor Copenhaver during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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