Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 10 Part 2

The substance and nature of the one

Paragraph 1 With regard to the substance and nature of the one we must ask in which of two ways it exists.
Paragraph 2 If, then, no universal can be a substance, as has been said our discussion of substance and being, and if being itself cannot be a substance in the sense of a one apart from the many (for it is common to the many), but is only a predicate, clearly unity also cannot be a substance;
Paragraph 3 Further, the position must be similar in all the kinds of unity.
Paragraph 4 That the one, then, in every class is a definite thing, and in no case is its nature just this, unity, is evident;

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