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  • note 2
    weakly expressed Totalities which with respect to their degree of unity find themselves somewhere between a genuine aggregate for example a granite pebble and a genuine continuum for example an atom which is at least close to being one situated

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  • note 3
    Note 3 For the other accidental terms something comparable could be asserted back to main text

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  • note 4
    Accidents are not admitted as Beings by Nominalism so there is only one Category left Substance and then we can say that the term QUANTITY transcends all Categories by reason

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  • note 5
    upon the symmetry requirement as set by the Space Group an actual real and specific lattice structure Accordingly we could for example regarding the mineral Aragonite let the genus refer to Calcium carbonate CaCO 3 and this genus then is in the case of Aragonite further specified determined as having a lattice symmetry described by the Space Group Pmcn and this then represents the differentia specifica of the species Aragonite

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  • note 6
    be replaced by others because that can only take place during a time span So there are no accidents anymore only the Substance And this Substance represents the first Aristotelian Category Second Substance and because now Substance is the only

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  • note 7
    in two forms namely ordinary matter and antimatter In antimatter all electrical charges where they occur are reversed with repect to their sign Hence we can have instead of protons positive protons antiprotons negative protons and instead of electrons negative

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  • note 1
    having different qualities at different locations in that Substance These qualities are actually present and at first sight seem to make this Substance heterogeneous and when these qualities are abruptly exchanged for other qualities when we go from one locality within such a Substance to another they seem to make this Substance even dis continuous These differently qualified locations could even represent qualitatively different parts of that Substance If we want to interpret such a Substance as a continuum nevertheless then we must resort to metaphysical considerations namely the per se and the per accidens We could then interpret the heterogeneity of that Substance not as a distribution of parts but as a distribution of properties in metaphysical terms Accidents i e as per accidens determinations of different locations within that Substance These properties could be interpreted as virtual parts in so far as they relate to those different locations Even when we have to do with moving parts of that Substance we can interpret these as an alternation in the time dimension of the distribution of the heterogeneity So a Substance can be substantially i e within the substantial order homogeneous but accidentally i e within the accidental order

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  • note 2
    whatness as situated at the highest level of the thing rather has the nature of a universal The development of the concept of Dynamical Law solves this problem The Species Individuum Structure then holds in an axact way and with

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