Ideas from 'Seven Quodlibets' by William of Ockham [1332], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Philosophy in the Middle Ages' by Hyman,A./Walsh,J. [Hackett 1973,0-915145-80-4]].

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8. Modes of Existence / A. Relations / 1. Nature of Relations
Relations are expressed either as absolute facts, or by a relational concept
9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 2. Substance / c. Types of substance
Cut wood doesn't make a new substance, but seems to make separate subjects
9. Objects / C. Structure of Objects / 2. Hylomorphism / a. Hylomorphism
Hot water naturally cools down, which is due to the substantial form of the water
15. Nature of Minds / C. Capacities of Minds / 3. Abstraction by mind
If an animal approached from a distance, we might abstract 'animal' from one instance
17. Mind and Body / D. Property Dualism / 6. Mysterianism
There are no secure foundations to prove the separate existence of mind, in reason or experience
29. Religion / C. Monotheistic Religion / 3. Christianity / a. Christianity
To love God means to love whatever God wills to be loved