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  • nature 5 note 175
    Part IV press BACK button of browser to return The Syllogism is a certain scheme of arguing a maior 1st premise a minor 2nd premise and a conclusion A premise is a proposition the truth of which is conceded by the participants to the argument A petitio principii is a circular proof that is the conclusion was already contained in one or both premises and such a proof favorite among

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  • nature 5 note 176
    conceded in the 1st premise wit respect to a broader class The Essence cannot be proved as being the essence of the given subject because the Essence must be stated in the definition of the subject which means that the conclusion is already contained in at least one of the premises Predication of an accidental content that is a formal content that can per accidens find itself to be connected

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  • nature 5 note 177
    at some time anyway we stipulate the proposition as being true but unproved as such it then is an axiom So the following things are needed for the demonstration of a given proprium as belonging to a given subject Definition

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  • nature 5 note 179
    Translation so it is said also in the beginning that it is not only necessary to know in advance what the attribute is but also what the subject is Back

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  • nature 5 note 180
    IS a figure with the three internal angles taken together equal to 180 degrees P or succinctly S is P is correct The conclusion is based on the legitimate possiblity to replace the definition of the proprium DP by the proprium itself P So it is not a demonstration from the more general to the more special such as all mammals are vertebrates a dog is a mammal ergo a dog is a vertebrate but a demonstration based on equivalence It is however not clear why closed figure consisting of three straight lines should signify the Essence that is the Essence of a triangle while a figure closed by straight lines not yet given how many such lines of which figure the sum of the internal angles is equal to 180 degrees should signify a proprium Why couldn t it be the other way around Here we see the difficulty to distinguish a specific proprium from the Essence Departing from the human example in which the nature of man is already stipulated one distinguishes between an essential formal content quale and a formal content that could in the act of recognizing things be a substitute for the Essence such a

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  • nature 5 note 184
    quid est also consists in indicating the cause namely the Form and so also as in the case of a property not consists only in whether there is a cause but also what this cause is Let us see what these causes are The cause of a necessary property ultimately is the appropriate subject substrate carrier and consequently an esse sympliciter The cause of the given Substance is the Form

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  • nature 5 note 185
    Only within metaphysics thus not within natural science about the principles of which the Posteriora Analytica treats such a duality can be unearthed See Part II VIA QUAESTIONIS f Back

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  • nature 5 note 186
    A given individual Substance has an Essence which is this substance minus its particularity which Essence is its whatness The whatness of the Essence is its formal content explicitly taken

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/nature_5_note_186.html (2016-02-01)
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