Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 10 Part 8

Other in species

Paragraph 1 That which is other in species is other than something in something, and this must belong to both;
Paragraph 2 This, then, will be a contrariety (as can be shown also by induction).
Paragraph 3 This, then, is what it is to be 'other in species' - to have a contrariety, being in the same genus and being indivisible (and those things are the same in species which have no contrariety, being indivisible);

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