Ingenerable

In`gen´er`a`ble


a.1.Incapable of being engendered or produced; original.
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Asi pues, la cuestion fundamental que se aborda en este ensayo es el supuesto politeismo que Onate atribuye a Aristoteles: en tanto que el Estagirita postula un eidos inmaterial, ingenerable e incorruptible para la sustancias materiales, este dificilmente se distingue del eidos de Dios, por lo cual las sustancias concretas se <<divinizan>> (p.
The schools, proceeding from the illusions of sense, had carried this distinction very far; and had established the latter substances to be ingenerable, incorruptible, unalterable, impassible; and had assigned all the opposite qualities to the former.