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  • nature 4 note 130
    Plato s philosophy by Aristotle and St Thomas we may now have before us an incorrect interpretation of the relevant thomistic views by Ockham if he indeed directs his criticism

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  • nature 4 note 132
    expression of the Essence with genus or species Praedicare in quale quid expression of an essential content in ordere to further determine the Essence with the difference Predication of a necessary property which is a content that can logically replace

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  • nature 4 note 133
    In addition to per se predication we can have accidental predication This is a predication of an inessential content the accident See for this in Part III HERE Back to

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  • nature 4 note 134
    and now individual then every determination whatsoever that is present in this individual is automatically a per se determination In the present nominalistic context we are entitled to use the notion per se because it refers to something that is acknowledged to exist by Nominalism namely the here and now individual stone and it is this individual here and now context that has generated all features of the stone So in this here and now context the determinations of the stone are not accidents in the sense of replaceable determinations If on the other hand we consider our stone as a h i s t o r i c a l individual that is as a historically individual stone meaning that we consider the stone during the whole time span of its existence then at one time or another the spherical shape will make place for another shape because little in the real world remains the same From this it follows that if we consider the stone as a historically individual stone then this stone cannot be spherical ly formed a l l b y i t s e l f because then this shape would be permanently present at

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  • nature 4 note 136
    a Creatura consideration or less wound up with biblical dogmas in a Theos consideration or in purely philosophical considerations involving matters as Platonism Ideal Sphere of Being Implicate Order etc It is probable advisable not to reject a priori the

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  • nature 4 note 137
    to one mapping between a predication and the relevant segment of extramental reality And the special cases subgenera of Quality and also those of Quantity and the other accidental categories are not convertible with Being not every being is red

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  • nature 4 note 138
    a weakened ontologically dependent Being namely when we consider Being as equivocal Whether Being is indeed equivocal can remain an issue for further discussion It will give in this way

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  • nature 4 note 140
    or Transcendentalism if one prefers That is we are explaining what Nominalism is all about namely in that it denies the ontological status and thus reality of things like Essences Accidents and the like Below we will present a refutation

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