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Robert Pasnau is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is the author of many books and articles on the history of philosophy, including Thomas Aquinas on Human Nature (Cambridge, 2002), which won the American Philosophical Association Book Prize.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction I. Matter 2. Substratum 3. Theories of Prime Matter 4. Matter and Extension 5. Philosophiae Perenne II. Substance 6. Subjects and Substances 7. The Veiled Subject 8. Cartesian Substances 9. Lockean Substances III. Accidents 10. Real Accidents 11. Inherence 12. Categories 13. Modes IV. Extension 14. Quantity and Extension 15. Extension and Impenetrability 16. Mind and Extension 17. Location 18. Entia Successiva V. Quality 19. Real Qualities 20. Heresy and Novelty 21. Primary Qualities 22. Secondary Qualities 23. Powers and Dispositions VI. Unity and Identity 24. Substantial Form 25. Unity and Dualism 26. Parts and Wholes 27. Real Essences 28. Permanence and Corruption 29. Identity over Time 30. Locke's Nominal Substances Tables of Authors Bibliography of Primary Sources Bibliography of Secondary Sources