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Headword: *sumbebhko/s
Adler number: sigma,1364
Translated headword: accident; occurrence; what happens to
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning that] which comes into being and ceases from being, without the destruction of the subject. How does the hectic fever destroy the body if it is unambiguously accidental? They say that [this problem] is solved from what has just been said. For it is possible to say that the fever is not accidental, and not an alteration of the subject either, but a heat contrary to nature that dissolves the harmony of the living being.
Greek Original:
*sumbebhko/s: o(\ gi/netai kai\ a)pogi/netai xwri\s th=s tou= u(pokeime/nou fqora=s. pw=s o( e(ktiko\s pureto\s kata\ sumbebhko\s a)namfibo/lws w)\n fqei/rei to\ sw=ma; e)k tw=n prosexw=s ei)rhme/nwn lu/esqai/ fasin. e)/sti ga\r ei)pei=n, o(/ti ou)k e)/sti sumbebhko\s o( pureto/s, a)ll' ou)de\ a)lloi/wsis tou= u(pokeime/nou, a)lla\ para\ fu/sin qermo/ths dialutikh\ th=s a(rmoni/as tou= zw/|ou.
John Philoponus, On Aristotle's de anima 101.3-7.
Keywords: definition; medicine; philosophy
Translated by: Marcelo Boeri on 2 October 2002@01:34:18.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (added note; cosmetics) on 16 January 2003@08:23:43.
David Whitehead (tweak) on 2 January 2014@07:25:07.
David Whitehead (coding) on 27 May 2016@03:33:37.
Catharine Roth (tweaked translation) on 3 May 2022@00:56:26.


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