Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 11 Part 10

The infinite

Paragraph 1 The infinite is either that which is incapable of being traversed because it is not its nature to be traversed (this corresponds to the sense in which the voice is 'invisible'), or that which admits only of incomplete traverse or scarcely admits of traverse, or that which, though it naturally admits of traverse, is not traversed or limited;
Paragraph 2 This inquiry is universal;
Paragraph 3 Further, a sensible body is somewhere, and whole and part have the same proper place, e.g. the whole earth and part of the earth.
Paragraph 4 In general, there cannot be an infinite body and also a proper place for bodies, if every sensible body has either weight or lightness.
Paragraph 5 The infinite is not the same in the sense that it is a single thing whether exhibited in distance or in movement or in time, but the posterior among these is called infinite in virtue of its relation to the prior;

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