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Notes on being and predication / Ralph McInerny. [Electronic resource]

By: McInerny, Ralph, 1929-2010Subject(s): Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274 | Logic | Predicate (Logic)Online Resources: CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPY OF TEXT In: Laval théologique et philosophique (ISSN 0023-9054) v. 15. 2 (1959), p. 236-274
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Contents: I. Being 'per se' and being 'per accidens'.-- a. 'Per se' and 'per accidens' predication.-- b. Predicable and predicamental accident.-- c. Predication 'per essentiam' et 'per participationem'.-- d. Being 'per accidens'.-- e. Being 'per se'.-- II. Being as accidental predicate.-- a. 'Ens ut verum' as accidental predicate.-- b. The questions 'an sit' and 'quid sit'.-- c. Existence as accidental predicate.-- III. Being as substantial predicate.-- a. The ratio 'entis'.-- b. Ens inquantum ens.-- Conclusion.

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