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the [...] is, according to Aristotle, not “mixed with the [...] ”, insofar as it, unlike the perceptual faculty, lacks a [...] organ
mind
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bodily

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#aristotle #wiki
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the [...] is, according to Aristotle, not “mixed with the [...] ”, insofar as it, unlike the perceptual faculty, lacks a [...] organ
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the [...] is, according to Aristotle, not “mixed with the [...] ”, insofar as it, unlike the perceptual faculty, lacks a [...] organ
mind
body
bodily
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the mind is, according to Aristotle, not “mixed with the body”, insofar as it, unlike the perceptual faculty, lacks a bodily organ

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contingent state of affairs that S’s mind does not realize the form being a tree frog in the way that tree frogs themselves do. On the contrary, the mind cannot realize a broad range of forms: <span>the mind is, according to Aristotle, not “mixed with the body”, insofar as it, unlike the perceptual faculty, lacks a bodily organ (De Anima iii 4, 429a24–7). As such, it would not be possible for the mind to realize the form of a house in the way bricks and mortar instantiate such a form: houses provide shelter, s

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