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" Therefore there is an essence only of those things whose formula is a definition. But we have a definition not where we have a word and a formula identical in meaning (for in that case all formulae or sets of words would be definitions; for there will... "
The Works of Aristotle - Página 121
por Aristotle - 1908
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...individual type, eg white man is not an individual type, since 5 individuality belongs only to substances.4 Therefore there is an essence only of those things...whatever, so that even the Iliad would be a definition s), but where there is a formula of something primary; and primary things are those which do not 10...
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The Greek Mode of Thought in Western Philosophy

Alexander Sissel Kohanski - 1984 - 340 páginas
...a syllable, and that is its substance "which is not an element but a principle." Cf. ibid. 1030a6: "There is an essence only of those things whose formula is a definition. But we have a definition . . . where there is a formula of something primary; and primary things are those which do not imply...
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Definition and Induction: A Historical and Comparative Study

Kisor Kumar Chakrabarti - 1995 - 232 páginas
...(Met. 24 1030al8), but categorically denies that an account of the meaning of a word is a definition: We have a definition not where we have a word and a formula identical in meaning (for then all formulae would be definitions; for there will be some name for formula whatever, so that even...
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The Crossroads of Norm and Nature: Essays on Aristotle's Ethics and Metaphysics

May Sim - 1995 - 342 páginas
...that the logos or definition expresses the essence of a thing is clear at 1030a5-6, where he says, "(t)herefore there is an essence only of those things whose formula is a definition" (cf. 101 7b2 1 ). The sense of essence that is expressed by the logos is sometimes a universal and...
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Aristotle on Nature and Incomplete Substance

Sheldon M. Cohen - 2003 - 204 páginas
...a "this" is, eg, pale man is not what a "this" is since being a "this" belongs only to substances. Therefore there is an essence only of those things...identical in meaning (for in that case all formulae would be definitions; for there will be some name for any formula whatever, so that even the Iliad...
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Feminist Interpretations of Aristotle

Cynthia A. Freeland - 2010
..."Therefore there is an essence only of those things whose formula (Xo-yo;) is a definition (opuruxk;). For we have a definition not where we have a word and a formula identical in meaning . . . but where there is a formula of something primary; and primary things are those which do not...
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Basic Questions on Truth

P. Weingartner - 2000 - 228 páginas
...'this' is; eg white man is not precisely what some 'this' is, since thisness belongs only to substances. Therefore there is an essence only of those things...we have a word and a formula identical in meaning 1for in that case all formulae or sets of words would be definitions; for there will be some name for...
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Knowledge and Demonstration: Aristotle's Posterior Analytics

Orna Harari - 2004 - 158 páginas
...distinguishes a definition from a name's signification in answering the question of what a substance is. But we have a definition not where we have a word...identical in meaning (for in that case all formulae would be definitions; for there will be some name for formula whatever, so that even the Iliad would...
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Truth and Genesis: Philosophy as Differential Ontology

Miguel de Beistegui - 2004 - 416 páginas
...therefore, that there can be no definition, and consequently no science, of accidents or events: '2 Therefore there is an essence only of those things whose formula is a definition. . . . Nothing, then, which is not a species of a genus will have an essence — only species will have...
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