Parts and Wholes
This chapter takes up the status of the parts of a substance. Two extreme views are contrasted, one that treats substances as simple, and another that treats a body as divisible into infinitely many integral parts, all of which are perfectly actual. The more usual scholastic view, it is argued, treats some integral parts as actual and others as merely potential.
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