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Sicut si propter hoc quod animali particulariter inest asinus, quia haec est vera ‘aliquod animal est asinus’, et animali accidit homo, quia ‘animal’ vere praedicatur de homine, attribuatur eodem modo ‘asinus’ homini, dicendo parti­culariter ‘aliquis homo est asinus’, est fallacia accidentis; quia non oportet quod quidquid praedicatur de animali particulariter sumpto, quod praedicetur de homine particulariter sumpto.

William of Ockham: Opera Philosophica et Theologica. Opera Philosophica. Vol. III: Expositio super Libros Elenchorum Aristotelis. Liber I De Locis Sophisticis, Cap. 6: De Fallacia Accidentis


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