Class Handouts--Phil 618
Introduction to Scholastic Ontology
Disputation 5, Section 1:
Are all things that exist or are able to exist singular and individual?
Disputation 5, Section 2:
Is it the case that in all natures the individual and singular thing as such adds something over and beyond the common, i.e., specific, nature?
Disputation 5, Section 3:
Is designated matter the principle of individuation in material substances?
Disputation 5, Section 4:
Is the substantial form the principle of individuation in material substances?
Disputation 5, Section 5:
Is the principle of individuation the existence of the singular thing?
Disputation 5, Section 6:
What in the end is the principle of individuation in all created substances?
Disputation 17, Section 1:
What an efficient cause is
Disputation 17, Section 2:
The types of efficient cause
Disputation 18, Section 10:
Whether action is the proper notion of causing for an efficient cause, i.e., its causality
Disputation 18, Section 11:
Whether an efficient cause corrupts or destroys a thing by effecting something, and how