Mediaeval philosophical texts in translation ; no. 36.
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Whether there are substantial forms in material things In what way substantial forms can come to be in and from matter Whether matter temporally precedes form in every eduction of the substantial form Whether, when form is educed from matter, it comes to be as such (per se) Concerning the proper nature of the substantial form and the nature of its causality Concerning the nature of formal causality What the effect of the formal cause is Whether the substantial form is a true cause of matter and matter is its effect Whether the dependence of matter on form is so great that without form matter could not be Conserved even through the divine power, nor form without matter Whether there is only one formal cause for one substance On the metaphysical form, the matter that corresponds to it, and the causality it exercises.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -201) and indexes.