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12 above). It should be noted that in Axiom VII the phrase id quod est is used in a manner somewhat different from its earlier uses. Before the 'that which is' was materially signified, while now the phrase rather means 'being a that which is' and so formally refers to a thing's actuality (which, for God, includes his 'factuality', of course). Thus, the two diverse shades of meaning may also be rendered 'the individual' and 'individuality', respectively. , its actuality as an individual being. Finally, the ninth axiom aims at defining the rather complex relationships obtaining between a desire (esp.
Rather than "it is always a sign of what holds, that is, holds of a subject" (Ackrill). III The autonymous use of an expression is indicated in both classical and medieval Latin by formulas such as id quod dieimus (dieo, dixi, dieilur) or hoc ipsum put before the expression. g. 'motorcycle quod dicitur' = a so-called 'motor-cycle'); cf Thesaurus linguae latinae VI, col. 2-15. II Where 'it' = 'that which I am speaking of'. 11 'Not properly said to inhere'; lit. 'not said in such a way that it is said to inhere'.
The Glossae) but before the third and final revision of Abelard's Dialectica. This makes sense of two other features of IMm. 57 Furthermore, in the Dialectica there is little if any stress on the philosophical implications of the distinction between an argument and a consequence. In Abelard's Glossae, however, there is considerable discussion of this distinction; and though I did not notice any discussion in the Glossae of this particular example, the worry about the implications of the distinction is a recurrent theme in the Glossae.