quantitas

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Cicero introduced the Romans to the chief schools of Greek philosophy and created a Latin philosophical vocabulary (with neologisms such as humanitas, qualitas, quantitas, and essentia) distinguishing himself as a linguist, translator, and philosopher.
Uno modo notitia confusa, ut si termini confuse apprehendantur per sensum et experientiam, et hoc sufficit ad scientiam terminorum in scientia qualibet speciali, ut quod linea sit longitudo, ignorando utrum quiditas eius sit substantia, quantitas vel qualitas, etc.
Siuo atzvilgiu LEX II aiskiai skiriasi nuo "Principia" VIII apibrezimo, kuriame, nustatant proporcinguma tarp varanciosios centrines jegos (vis centripetae quantitas motrix) ir atitinkamo judesio kiekio pokycio, tiksliai nurodoma jegos veikimo trukmes pastovumo salyga (quem dato tempore gene-rat).
Ockham, 1974b, 168, Ockham, 1978b, 158-59, Quodliber IV, quaestio 32: "Ad propositum dico quod substantia, qualitas, quantitas sunt distincta predicamenta, quamvis quantitas non significet rein absolutam distinctam a substantia et qualitate, quia sunt distincti conceptus et voces easdem res diversimode significantes" (quoted by Left, 208, n.
H) No quantity is a substance (nulla quantitas est substantia).
In turn, this is related to Aquinas's occasional linking of quantitas virtualis and quantitas intensiva (pp.