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There you indeed appreciate the dead-alive city 'in all its quiddity.'

Aristotle has thus shown how the Essence or Quiddity (τί ἐστι) may become known in this class of cases.

The suchness of being implies a previously existing being and quiddity.

I think that he is right, and that the profitable study of a man is the study which regards him as an oddity, not a quiddity.

On the next interview Mr. Mumbles, delighted with the report of Quiddity, addressed him with truly dignified solemnity.

The lawyer's clerk, whose name was Quiddity, also set about publishing the whole of the matter abroad.

Whatness and affections (quiddity) of being distinguishes between, ii.

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