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Part Four

Sīnā / Avicenna Ibn

Pages 197 - 248

[127,6] As for the other divisions for quantity, some quantities have position in their parts, while others do not have a position. It is necessary that the parts having position have an existence fixed together in actuality, so that some of them have position vis à vis the others, and also (have) continuity, and also (have) the composition making that happen under [the conception of] pointing out that each of them is where it is from its associate.

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


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