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Aristotle's Concept of Matter a N D Odern Concepts O F Matter " 1. Introduction

@inproceedings{Suppes2003AristotlesCO,
  title={Aristotle's Concept of Matter a N D Odern Concepts O F Matter " 1. Introduction},
  author={Patrick Suppes},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper P want to analyze in some detail Aristotle’s concept of matter. I do so not simply as a matter of historical scholarship, but in the interest of defending the correctness both scientifically and philosophically of what I would call the central doctrine. The elusiveness of Aristotle’s detailed remarks on the concept of matter is notorious, and I shall not take it as my task to attempt to square my account with every passage that can be cited in the major works. 1 shall give… 

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