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Ideas of Henry of Ghent, by Text

[Belgian, 1217 - 1293, Studied with Albert Magnus. Leading Augustinian at University of Paris. Critic of Aquinas. 'Doctor Solemnis'.]

1284 Quodlibeta
Supplement p.95 Kant says things-in-themselves cause sensations, but then makes causation transcendental! [Pinkard]
VII:1-2 p.232 Substance, Quantity and Quality are real; other categories depend on those three
VII:1-2 p.233 The only reality in the category of Relation is things from another category
XV.5 p.193 Accidents are diminished beings, because they are dispositions of substance (unqualified being)