Tue 21 Feb, 2017 01:01 am
Aristotle famously argued that "being" is not a genus. This implies that , for him, "existence" cannot be logically predicated of individuals. But for Plato, "being" is a genus (one of the five "great" ones). Does this mean that, for him, existence can be (pace Russell) logically predicated of individuals (i.e., constitutes, as such, an essential determination)?
Would anyone care to translate for the benefit of the psychologically disadvantaged and aged (me)