One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘To sum up, the city-state is a hylomorphic compound of a particular population in a given territory (material cause) and a constitution (formal cause).’
- ‘This comes from the hylomorphic distinction between form and matter, or appearance and essence.’
- ‘We noted in discussing Aristotle's hylomorphic analysis of change generally that his account requires the existence of suitably disposed subjects of change.’
- ‘They are hylomorphic compounds - compounds of matter and form - and the subject criterion looks rather different from the hylomorphic perspective.’
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