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substantia

 [sub-stan´she-ah] (L.)
substance; used in anatomic nomenclature in naming various components of body tissues or structures.
substantia al´ba white matter.
substantia gelatino´sa the substance sheathing the posterior horn of the spinal cord and lining its central canal.
substantia gri´sea gray matter.
substantia ni´gra a dark layer of gray matter separating the tegmentum of the midbrain from the crus cerebri.

sub·stance

(sŭb'stănts),
Material.
Synonym(s): substantia [TA], matter
[L. substantia, essence, material, fr. sub- sto, to stand under, be present]

sub·stance

(sŭb'stăns)
Material.
Synonym(s): substantia [TA] , matter.
[L. substantia, essence, material, fr. sub-sto, to stand under, be present]
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This means that Aristotle conflates natural generation with mathematical construction when he argues here that bodies are prior in ousia to planes and lines, because they are prior in 'generation'.
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El paso del homoousios niceno a la formula triadica mia ousia treis hipostaseis, afirmando la trinidad en Dios sin desdenar la unidad, no se explica sin la teologia de estos tres Padres.
Gregory articulates the difference between the Father and the Son by distinguishing the category of being (ousia) from that of power (dunamis).
These so-called commons include being (ousia), sameness (tauton), and difference (heteron).
De este examen es decisivo mantener presente que el nombre de Hestia se asocia con el ser o esencia, ousia, (37) lo que constituye el verdadero punto de partida de esta investigacion filosofica con impulso profetico.
The past ceases to appear as a determination of the already-been and becomes involved in the essence (ousia) signifying live presence, of the being-there that is time.
XII, segun la cual la ousia del Primer Motor es energeia, pues el supuesto fundamental del argumento de la Fisica es que algo que implique potencia es incapaz de causar el movimiento eternamente (15).