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Ideas of Albert of Saxony, by Text

[German, 1316 - 1390, Bishop of Halberstadt from 1366 to his death.]

1356 On 'Generation and Corruption'
II.3 p.17 Elements are found last in dismantling bodies, and first in generating them
1357 On 'Physics'
I.18 p.252 Everything that exists is either a substance or an accident
III.3 p.393 God could make a successive thing so that previous parts cease to exist
III.3 ad 2 p.386 Successive entities just need parts to succeed one another, without their existence