PHL 200 Friday, February 3, 12

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PHL 200 Friday, February 3, 12 20:25 Most forms need matter: And substantial form and sensible  form. . available to perception What you’re playing in your mind is not necessarily dependent form We will come across physical objects, and have contact with matter, without perception  there is no thought Substantial: what makes us human beings? Distinct from all our accidental properties: (accidental feature is height weight gender  etc) but we are individual forms in those traits. . despite that we are all essentially human  being species.  What structures matter/physical? On form: 10 years ago you had a different form. Substantial is the thing that makes a thing a thing; said of Animals: Non rational animal souls can only perceive cannot grasp universals, though it is  capable of appearances and desires. What it takes to grasp universals is intellect and understanding
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course PHL 200 taught by Professor Gerson during the Spring '11 term at University of Toronto.

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