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Substances: Real. and. Nominal. Essences. Aristotle's views on 'substance' are
mainly in his Categories and Metaphysics. The Categories lists ten 'kinds of
predicate'. Roughly speaking, a predicate in the category of substance, the first of
The relation between first substances, or individual things, and accidents is that .
siihsfanrps underlie nr havp arriHpnfs predicated of them, In a typical passage
Aristotle says that 'primary substances are most properly so called, because they
Section 1 1 explained substances, one of the sorts of complex idea that Locke
distinguishes. Section 12 followed up in detail one topic which emerged from this
explanation. Before we turn to modes, another sort of complex idea, one further ...
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