Because the individuator
and the quality of a particular cannot be ontologically different, it seems we can eliminate either one without loss of being.
Two further likenesses between Leibniz's monads and Thomistic angels: (1) in both, substantial form serves as the individuator
of the entity.
Keirsey calls the Rational Parent the "Individuator
." This parent takes a very rational and reasonable approach to parenting.
Accordingly, anything that has this individuator
will be identical with the object and anything which lacks it will be distinct from it.