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일산과외 일산영어과외 일산수학과외 일산국어과외 일산초등영어과외 일산초등수학과외 일산초등국어과외 일산중등영어과외 일산중등수학과외 일산중등국어과외 일산고등영어과외 일산고등수학과외 일산중1영어과외 일산중2영어과외 일산중3영어과외 일산고1영어과외 일산고2영어과외 일산고3영어과외 일산중1수학과외 일산중2수학과외 일산중3수학과외 일산고1수학과외 일산고2수학과외 일산고3수학과외 일산초1영어과외 일산초2영어과외 일산초3영어과외 일산초4영어과외 일산초5영어과외 일산초6영어과외 일산초1수학과외 일산초2수학과외 일산초3수학과외 일산초4수학과외 일산초5수학과외 일산초6수학과외 일산초등학생영어과외 일산초등학생수학과외 일산중학생영어과외 일산중학생수학과외 일산고등학생영어과외 일산고등학생수학과외 일산고등학생영어과외 일산고등학생수학과외 the treatise we know by the name Metaphysics.[35] Aristotle called it "first philosophy", and distinguished it from mathematics and natural science (physics) as the contemplative (theoretik?) philosophy which is "theological" and studies the divine. He wrote in his Metaphysics (1026a16): if there were no other independent things besides the composite natural ones, the study of nature would be the primary kind of knowledge; but if there is some motionless independent thing, the knowledge of this precedes it and is first philosophy, and it is universal in just this way, because it is first. And it belongs to this sort of philosophy to study being as being, both what it is and what belongs to it just by virtue of being.[36] Substance Further information: Hylomorphism Aristotle examines the concepts of substance (ousia) and essence (to ti en einai, "the what it was to be") in his Metaphysics (Book VII), and he concludes that a particular substance is a combination of both matter and form, a philosophical theory called hylomorphism. In Book VIII, he distinguishes the matter of the substance as the substratum, or the stuff of which it is composed. For example, the matter of a house is the bricks, stones, timbers etc., or whatever constitutes the potential house, while the form of the substance is the actual house, namely covering for bodies and chattels or any other differentia that let us define something as a house. The formula that gives the components is the account of the matter, and the formula that gives the differentia is the account of the form.[37][38] Immanent realism Platos forms exist as universals, like the ideal form of an apple. For Aristotle, both matter and form belong to the individual thing (hylomorphism). Main article: Aristotles theory of universals Like his teacher Plato, Aristotles philosophy aims at the universal. Aristotles ontology places the universal (katholou) in particulars (kath hekaston), things in the world, whereas for Plato the universal is a separately existing form which actual things imitate. For Aristotle,

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