Order in Multiplicity: Homonymy in the Philosophy of Aristotle

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Index of Passages Cited
An. 417a9-1417
402a3-1093 417a-14-17116 n. 18
402b3117 417a30-b6116 n. 18
403a25-b999 n. 34 419a9-1199 n. 34
403a29-b399 421a21-6111 n. 10
403b9-1699 423a25-b165
407b17-26139 n. 16 424a18-24 116
407b20-4144 n. 27 424a32-b3116
407b30230 n. 33 425b23116
408b20-2142 427b27-428b10189
411b2117 428a1897
411b27145 n. 31 428b1-497
412a14-1565 429b28117
412a19-20136 431a4-7116 n. 18
412a19-21133 413a9186
412a28-b1136 431b28-432a2116
412b1-4144 n. 29 433b10117
412b6-9133 434a7189
412b10-1529 434a16-2197
412b13-15146
412b14-1531, 135
412b17-2231, 120 n. 23, 135An. Post.
412b18-2230, 55 71b9-1693
412b19-2012 71b23-72a582 n. 11
412b20-22142 n. 25, 241 n. 55 71b32-72a593
412b20-6131, 135 73b32-74a370
412b20-746 76a37-40222
412b21132 n. 2 77a5-969, 70
412b25-6136 n. 11, 143 n. 26 83a30-570
412b26-7143 n. 26 85b15-1870
412b27-413a2131 85b18-2182
413a11-1693 88a36-b9222
413a20-663, 180 90a1599 n. 34
413a22185 92b4-882, 84
413a30-b12 178 92b5-780
413a31-b4137 n. 12, 138 92b141, 69, 222
414b20-415a12184 92b26-3493
414b22-4185 92b29-3080
414b26-7185 93a30-399 n. 34
415a18-2017 93b6-799 n. 34
415a22-665 93b12-1499 n. 34
415a22-b2182 93b28-94a1095 n. 28
415a25182 93b29-94a1495
415a27183 n. 8 93b30-196
415a28-b1865 94a11-1495 n. 28
415a29190
415b1182An. Pr.
415b8-14186, 229 25a37-b210 n. 2
415b13229 32a16-2124

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • I - Homonymy as Such 7
  • 1 - The Varieties of Homonymy 9
  • 2 - The Promises and Problems of Homonymy 43
  • 3 - Homonymy and Signification 75
  • 4 - Core-Dependent Homonymy 103
  • II - Homonymy at Work 129
  • 5 - The Body 131
  • 6 - Oneness, Sameness, and Referential Opacity 155
  • 7 - The Meaning of Life 176
  • 8 - Goodness 194
  • 9 - The Homonymy of Being 217
  • Afterword: Homonymy's Promise Reconsidered 268
  • Bibliography 271
  • Index of Passages Cited 281
  • General Index 287
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