Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 10 Part 5


Paragraph 1 Since one thing has one contrary, we might raise the question how the one is opposed to the many, and the equal to the great and the small.
Paragraph 2 It remains, then, that it is opposed either as negation or as privation.
Paragraph 3 The equal, then, is that which is neither great nor small but is naturally fitted to be either great or small;

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