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Equivocal

A single concept signifying many different concepts

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Analogous

signifies two different but related concepts

Two or more categories

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Univocal

Use of a single term signifying a single concept

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Universal Substances

universal natures that exist on their own as a universal

EX: Cow, tree, human being

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Singular Substance

Singular natures that exist on their own and are not a predible of any subject

EX: Daisy, the cow, the man standing in front of this class

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Universal Accidents

Universal natures that do not exist on their own but universal Are a prediable of many subjects

EX: Red, Tall

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Singular Accidents

singular natures that do not exist on their own and are not a prediable of any subject.

EX: the red of this sweater, the heat of this raditator, the IQ of Albert Enstein

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Substances

Natures that can exist on its own

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Accidents

Natures that can only exist in another subjects