|I. The Nature of Individuality||2|
|II. The Extension of Individuality||6|
|III. The Ontological Status of Individuality||9|
|IV. The Cause of Individuality||15|
|V. The Presence of Accidents Differing only Numerically
in the Same Subject||22|
DISPUTATION V: ON INDIVIDUAL UNITY AND ITS PRINCIPLE |
Whether all Things that Exist or Can Exist are
Singular and Individual
Whether in all Natures the Individual and Singular Thing as Such
Adds Something to the Common or Specific Nature
Whether Designated Matter is the Principle of Individuation
in Material Substances
Whether the Substantial Form is the Principle of Individuation
of Material Substances
Whether the Existence of the Singular Thing is the Principle
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Book title: Suarez on Individuation:Metaphysical Disputation V: Individual Unity and Its Principle.
Contributors: Jorge J. E. Gracia - Translator, Francisco Suarez - Author.
Publisher: Marquette University Press.
Place of publication: Milwaukee.
Publication year: 1982.
Page number: v.
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