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" ... be because they are substances, others because they are affections of substance, others because they are a process towards substance, or destructions or privations or qualities of substance, or productive or generative of substance, or of things which... "
The Works of Aristotle - Página 7
por Aristotle - 1908
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...thing is said to be, but all refer to one starting-point ; some things are said to be because they are substances, others because they are affections of...substance itself. It is for this reason that we say even ofV non-being that it is non-being. As, then, there is one science lo which deals with all healthy...
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Portraying Analogy

James F. Ross - 1981 - 244 páginas
...to one starting point; some things are said to be because they are substances, others because there are affections of substance, others because they are...things which are relative to substance, or negations of one of these things or of substance itself. It is for this reason that we say even of non-being that...
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A History of Ancient Philosophy II: Plato and Aristotle

Giovanni Reale - 1985 - 437 páginas
...thing is said to be, but all refer to one focal-point; some things are said to be because they are substances, others because they are affections of...negations of some of these things or of substance itself.19 In conclusion, the unifying focal-point of the meanings of being is ovoia, substance. The...
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Substance and Essence in Aristotle: An Interpretation of Metaphysics VII-IX

Charlotte Witt - 1989 - 201 páginas
...related to one principle, which is the being of substances: Some things are said to be because they are substances, others because they are affections of substance, others because they are a process toward substance, or destructions or privations or qualities of substance, or productive or generative...
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A History of Greek Philosophy: Volume 6, Aristotle: An Encounter

W. K. C. Guthrie, William Keith Chambers Guthrie - 1990 - 476 páginas
...destructions, privations, or qualities of it, as productive or generative of substance or of things relative to substance, or negations of some of these things or of substance itself. (We even say of non-being that it is nonbeing.) (Met. 1oo3a34-b10; cf. 1030a15-16.) This concept, aptly...
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Greek Philosophy

Reginald E. Allen - 1991 - 446 páginas
...For some things are said to "be" because they are substances; others because they are modifications of substance; others because they are a process towards...substance, or productive or generative of substance or of terms relating to substance, or negations of certain of these terms or of substance. (Hence we even...
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Aristotle: Selections

Aristotle, Terence Irwin, Gail Fine - 1995 - 650 páginas
...attributes of substance, others because they are a road to substance, or because they are perishings or privations or qualities of substance, or productive or generative of substance or of things spoken of with reference to it, or because they are negations of one of these or of substance. This...
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Essays on Aristotle's Rhetoric

Amélie Rorty - 1996 - 441 páginas
...thing is said to be, but all refer to one starting point: some things are said to be because they are substances, others because they are affections of...things which are relative to substance, or negations of one of these things or of substance itself" (Met. 3.2. 1oo3b6— 1o). On this point, we refer to Decarie's...
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The Columbia History of Western Philosophy

Richard Henry Popkin, Stephen F. Brown - 2005 - 836 páginas
...to be, but all refer to one starting-point; some things are said to be because they are substance, others because they are affections of substance, others because they are a process toward substance, or destructions or privations or qualities of substance, or productive or generative...
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Hegel's Dialectical Logic

Ermanno Bencivenga - 2000 - 160 páginas
...not homonymous. . . . All refer to one starting-point; some things are said to be because they are substances, others because they are affections of substance, others because they are a process toward substance, or destructions or privations or qualities of substance, or productive or generative...
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