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Ideas of Giles of Orleans, by Text

[French, fl. 1270, Probably at the University of Paris.]

1270 On 'Generation and Corruption'
I.6c p.465 Changes in secondary qualities are caused by changes in primary qualities
     Full Idea: Every alteration in secondary qualities is caused by some alteration made in the primary qualities.
     From: Giles of Orleans (On 'Generation and Corruption' [1270], I.6c)
     A reaction: Pasnau calls this the 'supervenience' thesis, here with the addition of causation. Was this doctrine retained by Locke and Boyle?