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" By matter I mean that which in itself is neither a particular thing nor of a certain quantity nor assigned to any other of the categories by which being is determined. "
The Works of Aristotle - Página 119
por Aristotle - 1908
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...state 10 the matter thus ; for this is not enough. The statement 1 1029* 6 read ro e£ d/ii/"oii/. itself is obscure, and further, on this view, matter...predicates ; for the predicates other than substance arc predicated of substance, while substance is predicated of matter. Therefore the ultimate substratum...
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Substance and Attribute: A Study in Ontology

Michael J. Loux, W.J. Loux - 1978 - 187 páginas
...to those who consider the question thus matter alone must be substance. By matter I mean that which in itself is neither a particular thing nor of a certain...is something of which each of these is predicated, whose being is different from that of each of the predicates (for the predicates other than substance...
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Aristotle: The Collected Papers of Joseph Owens

Joseph Owens - 1981 - 264 páginas
...cause doubts about the very possibility of the predication. Matter had just been defined as "that which in itself is neither a particular thing nor of a certain...assigned to any other of the categories by which being is determined".8 Matter is not anything definite. It is not a "what" nor at all an "it". It exhibits nothing...
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Aristotle: The Desire to Understand

Jonathan Lear - 1988 - 328 páginas
...to be something that is in itself an indeterminate, unknowable stuff: 'By matter I mean that which in itself is neither a particular thing, nor of a...assigned to any other of the categories by which being is determined.'124 This does not imply that matter has no properties; it only implies that matter in itself...
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Aristotle on Substance: The Paradox of Unity

Mary Louise Gill - 1991 - 284 páginas
...in itself (KaB' avnf¡v) is neither something (TÍ) nor so much (TTOO-OV) nor called anything else by which being is determined. For there is something of which each of these is predicated, and the being for it is different from that for each of the predicates (for the other things are predicated...
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Aristotle: Selections

Aristotle, Terence Irwin, Gail Fine - 1995 - 650 páginas
...right neither as being something, nor as having some quantity, nor as having any of the other things by which being is determined. For there is something of which each of these is predicated, something whose being is different from that of each of the things predicated; for the other things...
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Moderate Realism and Its Logic

Donald W. Mertz - 1996 - 310 páginas
...breadth, and depth," 29 the resulting matter as ultimate subject will be neither a particular thing nor a certain quantity nor assigned to any other of the...is something of which each of these is predicated, whose being is different from that of each of the predicates. . . . Therefore, the ultimate substratum...
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Aristotle's Philosophical Development: Problems and Prospects

William Robert Wians - 1996 - 407 páginas
...this passage: By matter I mean that which in itself (kath auto) is neither a particular thing (ti) nor of a certain quantity nor assigned to any other of the categories by which being is determined (hois horistai to on). For there is something of which each of these is predicated, so that its being...
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Concepts of Mass in Classical and Modern Physics

Max Jammer - 1997 - 230 páginas
...magnitude, as for example in Metaphysics, book 7, chapter 3, 1029 a 20: "By matter I mean that which in itself is neither a particular thing nor of a certain...other of the categories by which being is determined." 1T Simplicius was pu22led by this apparent contradiction, "If matter is body," he says, "it must be...
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Founding Community: A Phaenomenological-ethical Inquiry

H.P. Steeves - 1998 - 154 páginas
...who consider the question thus matter alone must seem to be substance. By matter I mean that which in itself is neither a particular thing nor of a certain...which each of these is predicated, so that its being is different from that of each of the predicates; for the predicates other than substance are predicated...
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