Aristotle - The Organon - index for CATEGORIAE Book 1 Part 13


Paragraph 1 The term 'simultaneous' is primarily and most appropriately applied to those things the genesis of the one of which is simultaneous with that of the other;
Paragraph 2 Again, those species which are distinguished one from another and opposed one to another within the same genus are said to be 'simultaneous' in nature.
Paragraph 3 But genera are prior to species, for the sequence of their being cannot be reversed.
Paragraph 4 Those things, therefore, are said to be 'simultaneous' in nature, the being of each of which involves that of the other, while at the same time neither is in any way the cause of the other's being;

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