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The idealistic concept of subjectivity was considered to be exalted above both. However, as it first appears in history, the concept "individual" already points to something factual, closed off, existing by itself, singular, distinguished by particular properties which are supposed to be assigned to it alone. Initially "individual," in the purely logical sense, applied without any reference to a human being, is the Latin translation of the materialist Democritus' term atomon. 1 During the closing phase of High Scholasticism, when national states begin to assert themselves against medieval universalism, the predication which expresses the single and the particular, becomes, for Duns Scotus, Haecceitas, the principle of individuation by means of which he seeks to establish the mediation between the universal essence of man, the essentia communis, and the single person, the homo singularis.

49-50. 5. Op. , 394E, p. 79. 6: See also Cratylus, 676B and C; and Aristotle's Politics, I, 2. 7. Heraclitus, Fragment 114, translated in G. S. Kirk, Heraclitus, The Cosmic Fragments. Cambridge, 1954, p. 48. 8. See Plato's Protagoras, 322A-E. 9. Plato's Republic, 372D. 10. Op. , 338C. 11. Kathleen Freeman, Ancilla to the Pre-Socratk Philosophers. , 1952, pp. 147 ff. 12. Eduard Zeller, Die Philosophie der Griechen, Vol. Ill, p. 307 ff. 13. The medieval image of ancient philosophy prior to Thomas Aquinas was dominated to such an extent by the Stoa that Albertus Magnus still included Aristotle in that school.

27. 35 natural right I understand the very laws or rules of nature, in accordance with which everything takes place, in other words, the power of nature itself. " Translated by R. H. M. Elwes, The Chief Works of Spinoza. London, 1900. Vol. I, p. 292. Thomas Hobbes, Elements; English Works, vol. II; Philosophical Rudiments concerning Government and Society, Preface, p. xiv. Op. , pp. vi-vii. " Voltaire, Le philosophe ignorant, ch. 36. Hobbes, op. , p. 2, fn. Hobbes, op. , p. 11. Op. , p. 11. Op.

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