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7. Existence / C. Structure of Existence / 8. Stuff / b. Mixtures

[general masses with more than one ingredient]

7 ideas
If a mixture does not contain measure and proportion, it is corrupted and destroyed [Plato]
Any mixture which lacks measure and proportion doesn't even count as a mixture at all [Plato]
Magnetic and gravity fields can occupy the same place without merging [Harré/Madden]
A mixture can have different qualities from its ingredients. [Simons]
Mixtures disappear if nearly all of the mixture is one ingredient [Simons]
We shouldn't think some water retains its identity when it is mixed with air [Laycock]
In mixtures, the four elements ceased to exist, replaced by a mixed body with a form [Pasnau]