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For he intends to conclude that this science is about things which are most of all true, because it discusses ﬁrst causes and the principles of truth in other things. But what is the cause of truth in other things is itself most of all true, because each thing is most of all such which is the cause that other things be such. 31 But here it is said more explicitly that the cause must be such that it agree in name and concept with its effect. 34 And this is the way that almost all commentators (expositores)35 explain the /p.
1177b33–34. 54 Cf. 1179a23–34. 55 Proverbs 25, v. 27. 56 Cf. DM 1, 1, vol. 25, pp. 2–12. Suárez’s answer here (cf. esp. , n. 26, p. 11) will be that being insofar as it is real being is the adequate object of this science of metaphysics. In this, he will include God as part of the subject matter of metaphysics and he will follow the path of Avicenna and Duns Scotus in preference to that of Averroes (even though this last is mentioned in paragraph 26 as teaching this same doctrine). On Suárez’s choice in this, cf.
12, pp. ” 53 Understanding the “range of being” to be the “range of real being”, which would include that which is or can be and would exclude “beings of reason” and “accidental beings,” the principle here does not jibe with everything in Suárez’s metaphysical and episte- Metaphysics Book II 51 mological doctrine. On this, see my article: “Suarez on Beings of Reason and Truth”, Vivarium, 25, 1 (1987): pp. 47–75; 26, 1 (1988): pp. 51–72. 54 Again, the point is that real being will include the actual or the possible, but not the impossible.
A Commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics: A Most Ample Index to the Metaphysics of Aristotle (Index Locupletissimus in Metaphysicam Aristotelis) by Francisco Suarez, John P. Doyle