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Part Two

Sīnā / Avicenna Ibn

Pages 105 - 150

The state of the relationship of genera and their divisive and constitutive differentiae, and instruction on these ten highest genera, and the state of the division of the existent into them, and the beginning of a statement about their being ten (genera) that are not included under a genus, nor have some of them included in others, nor have a genus external to them.

F. E. Peters Aristotle and the Arabs, p. 27.


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