Aristotle - index for METAPHYSICA Book 8 Part 2

What sensible substance is

Paragraph 1 Since the substance which exists as underlying and as matter is generally recognized, and this that which exists potentially, it remains for us to say what is the substance, in the sense of actuality, of sensible things.
Paragraph 2 It is clear, then, from these facts that, since its substance is the cause of each thing's being, we must seek in these differentiae what is the cause of the being of each of these things.
Paragraph 3 Obviously, then, the actuality or the formula is different when the matter is different;

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