Aristotle - Time is eternal because how could it begin De...

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Aristotle’s Logic – page 58 Sense world has things that don’t change Substances exist in THIS world – not others Substances don’t have opposites Substances underlie change Substances can go out of existence and die – generation and corruption (going out of existence) Change is an underlying substrate that didn’t have an underlying property Quality, quantity, relation (least real of our accidents)
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Unformatted text preview: Time is eternal because how could it begin? De Interpretatione 1. Every sentence is true or false 2. What is past is necessary 3. There are future-contingent statements *Everything occurs by necessity Nothing is uncertain – fatalism (what is going to happen, has to happen) Two values – true or false...
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