Aristotle, Physics, Volume II

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Note.—The references to Volume I. are in roman, those to Volume II. in italic.

  • ABOVE and BELOW, Relative, Supreme, i. 51, 243, 315
  • ABSTRACT: see Concrete
  • ABSTRACTION, i. 119, 121; see also i. 199, 229; ii. 337
  • ACCIDENT, i. 141–163
  • ACCIDENTAL: see Incidental
  • ACHILLES, ii. 181, 183 See also Bisection
  • ACTUALITY, ACTUALIZATION = Realization, i. 89, 193–197, 203–215, 227, 247, 249, 259, 261, 293, 369; ii. 53, 271–277, 297, 313, 315, 331, 337, 373–383
  • ADDITION of terms, Limited and Illimitable, i. 247–251
  • AFTER: see Before
  • AGENT: see Mover
  • AIR— Relation to Water, i. 49, 327, 365–369; ii. 315 Substantiality of, i. 331, 361
  • AMBIGUOUS: see Verbal Ambiguity
  • ANAXAGORAS— on Origins, i. 41–49, 61, 221, 223; ii. 269, 281, 283, 339, 403 on the Unlimited, i. 221, 223, 241 on the Void, i. 331
  • ANAXIMANDER on Unity and Multiplicity, i. 41
  • ANTIPERISTASIS, ii. 419
  • ANTIPHON— on Squaring the circle, i. 19 on Substantive existence, i. 111
  • ANTITHESIS— Nature of Primary Antithesis or Antitheses, i. 41, 51–67 Antithetical Principles need something to work on, i. 61, 63, 77–83 Antithetical Terms, ii. 221 See also Extremes
  • APART, Definition of, ii. 35
  • ARRIVAL(‘has arrived at’), Legitimate use of term, ii. 373–379
  • ARROW, The Flying, ii. 181–185
  • ART: Analogy with Nature, i. 125, 173 of Making, i. 123, 125 of Using, i. 123, 125
  • ARTIFICIAL PRODUCTS: see Natural Products
  • ASHES, Water poured on to, i. 333, 341, 343
  • ASTRONOMY, Relation to mathematics and physics, i. 119, 121
  • ATOMS—Combination and Resolution of ii. 403 of Matter, and Atomic Magnitudes, i. 37, 47, 49, 223, 247, 257, 395, 307; ii. 103, 115, 181–189, 297, 385, 387; see also Indivisible
  • ATTRACTION and REPULSION, ii. 269, 283, 403
  • ATTRIBUTE: of the Part, of the Whole, i. 295; ii. 337
  • Potential and actual, i. 367–371; ii. 315
  • AYTOMATON, Meaning and scope of, i. 157–163
  • AXIOM, Groundless assumption cannot be accepted as an, ii. 283
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