Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 5 Part 16


Paragraph 1 What is called 'complete' is:
Paragraph 2 (1) that outside which it is not possible to find any, even one, of its parts;
Paragraph 3 (2) That which in respect of excellence and goodness cannot be excelled in its kind;
Paragraph 4 (3) The things which have attained their end, this being good, are called complete;

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