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n.1.One who, or that which, individuates.
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Two further likenesses between Leibniz's monads and Thomistic angels: (1) in both, substantial form serves as the individuator of the entity.
Accordingly, anything that has this individuator will be identical with the object and anything which lacks it will be distinct from it.
49) There are three different varieties of the realist position generated by alternative positions on (1) the individuator of a quality instance and (2) the spatiality of the predication relation and the quality that is instanced.