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  • nature 4 note 117
    the distinction between transcendental unity and accidental unity as this distinction is made by St Thomas in Summa Theologiae Ia 11 ad 1 For Ockham every unity is a transcendental

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  • nature 4 note 118
    we have to do with regularity and not contingency Such a content is thus constant when we go from one individual as a member of a certain set to another and not intrinsically one off A given something thus should be in order to be definite a case an individual instance among several possible cases One offness absolute singularity particularity is nothing more than a random fluctuation and is totally engaged in passing by Consequently it then is not something Is here means remains and demands a certain stability and repeatability It could also be the case that we already have definiteness if we are as regards a unique content that is under discussion in this respect allowed to speak of a certain durée duration in Time a certain persistence of this content in Time because this already is a kind of repetition and if not there is already some stability present expressed in this durée In fact a repetition in Time as well as a repetition in Space is necessary because the definiteness of something means that it reacts in this particular way that is in a definite way according to prevailing circumstances where and when it is encountered A definite content that is something having a definite content or nature behaves in all individual cases and at all times in the same way under the same external circumstances This amounts to the presupposition of every material thing having a Species Individuum structure as discussed in the document The Species Individuum Structure in the Critical Series of documents in First Part of Website Accordingly being individual belongs to the Essence of to continue our example man this Essence in Plato or in Socrates or while being particular does not belong to the Essence The being individual belongs to the

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  • nature 4 note 121
    virtue of the fact that man stands for many things in an univocal way Universal thus concerns a way of signification and that is a certain behavior of our thinking a certain way of thinking and so universal means a certain how it is quality property of our t h i n k i n g namely using one and the same term as a sign for many and not

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  • nature 4 note 122
    Note 122 A much more radical brand of nominalism holds that universals are nothing more than conventions or even Petrus Aureoli fictions Back to main text

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  • nature 4 note 126
    also ontological that is metaphysical In a certain respect Logic could depend not only on our way of thinking but also on the very ontological structure of Being for example its alleged catallel structure We and our way of thinking have after all developed within a in re context that is to say within an objective real and matter of fact context or environment in which there are things having

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  • nature 4 note 127
    them in material things and these participations then would belong to their respective essences However we doubt whether Plato ever has spoken of the essence of material things residing in those things For him the essence exactly lies outside those

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  • nature 4 note 128
    unfolded local temporal Order and the Implicate Order enfolded non local multidimensional Order from the Theory of Wholeness and the Implicate Order of David BOHM Another example could be Simulans and Simulatum as we have it in the world of

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  • nature 4 note 129
    totality And this mereo totality consists of two parts Generally in a tight contiguum the number of parts is not fixed it is just a tight aggregate and so this number is per accidens with respect to the species represented by this particular aggregate And in this way we can say that two is an accident And it is an accident belonging to discrete quantity and so belonging to the

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