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Commentary on Marmodoro 


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This paper comments on Anna Marmodoro’s “Stoic Blends.” That essay argues that the “Eleatic Principle” is central to Stoic conceptions of what is. It also investigates a key difference between Stoic and Aristotelian conceptions of the roles of form and matter in constituting what is: the Stoics’ insistence that form and matter are bodies, and their concomitant assertion that more than one independent body can occupy the exact same place. The present comment explores the relationships between the “Eleatic Principle,” the arguments of the historical Eleatics, and Aristotle’s hylomorphism.


Affiliations: 1: George Mason University 


10.1163/22134417-00321P03
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2017-11-23

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