Abelard's answers to Porphyry

Documenti E Studi 18:249-270 (2009)
Abstract
Mox de generibus et speciebus illud quidem siue subsistant siue in solis nudis purisque intellectibus posita sint siue ipsa subsistentia sint corporalia an incorporalia, et utrum separata an in sensibilibus et circa ea constantia, dicere recusabo. As regards genera and species, for the present I shall refuse to say whether they subsist or are postulated in understandings that are alone and bare and pure; or whether, if they subsist, they are corporeal or incorporeal; and whether they are separated from sensibles or are postulated in sensibles and things going along with them. Abelard acknowledges the tradition but wants no part of it.
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