Suarez on Individuation: Metaphysical Disputation V: Individual Unity and Its Principle

By Jorge J. E. Gracia; Francisco Suarez | Go to book overview
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CONTENTS
PREFACEvii
INTRODUCTION1
I. The Nature of Individuality2
II. The Extension of Individuality6
III. The Ontological Status of Individuality9
IV. The Cause of Individuality15
V. The Presence of Accidents Differing only Numerically in the Same Subject22
VI. Conclusion23
DISPUTATION V: ON INDIVIDUAL UNITY AND ITS PRINCIPLE
Section I29

Whether all Things that Exist or Can Exist are Singular and Individual

Section II41

Whether in all Natures the Individual and Singular Thing as Such Adds Something to the Common or Specific Nature

Section III75

Whether Designated Matter is the Principle of Individuation in Material Substances

Section IV105

Whether the Substantial Form is the Principle of Individuation of Material Substances

Section V113

Whether the Existence of the Singular Thing is the Principle of Individuation

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