==Hylomorphisms in practice== ===Lists=== Lists are common data structures, as they naturally reflect linear computational processes arising in repeated (iterative) chain of applications of a function. As such, it is sometimes necessary (or, at least, preferable) to generate a temporary list of intermediate results before
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(from Greek hyl, `matter`; morph, `form`), in philosophy, metaphysical view according to which every natural body consists of two intrinsic ... [1 related articles]
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Hylomorphism (Greek ὑλο- hylo-, "wood, matter" + -morphism < Greek μορφή, morphē, "form") is a philosophical theory developed by Aristotle, which analyzes substance into matter and form. Substances are conceived of as compounds of form and matter. ==Matter and form== In Aristotle`s writings, the term "matter" (hyle) has a somewhat...
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(also hylemoiphism. Gr. hyle, matter, and morphe, contour, form) A theory that all physical things are constituted of two internal principles: the one of which remains the same throughout all change and is the passive basis of continuity and identity in the physical world, called prime matter; the other of which is displaced, or removed from actua.
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