Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 5 Part 26

A whole

Paragraph 1 'A whole' means:
Paragraph 2 (1) that from which is absent none of the parts of which it is said to be naturally a whole, and
Paragraph 3 (2) that which so contains the things it contains that they form a unity;
Paragraph 4 Again (3) of quanta that have a beginning and a middle and an end, those to which the position does not make a difference are called totals, and those to which it does, wholes.

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