BO Concept's new Simple Substance
collection is full of nature-inspired accessories like this bowl (near right) that will instantly update a sideboard or coffee table.
Joint compound is a simple substance
containing plaster of paris, limestone and perlite.
Whenever some accident inheres in an angel, the angel's simplicity is not corrupted; instead, the simple substance
is said to enter into a larger substantial composite of which it and the accident are constituent parts.
Kant argues that we have an immediate consciousness of the self as a simple substance
, and that our simplicity, substantiality, and immediate consciousness of this is necessary for personal identity.
If a simple substance
is simply the sum of its accidents, then what grounds are there, after all, for claiming that the world consists of an infinity of substances each with a specific set of properties rather than that the world consists of one substance which somehow manifests all these properties?
Owner Debora Mache said: "Most people know it's a good idea - water is the most simple substance
Fungi grows on the surface of and inside the leaves, and they break down the tougher cellulose and lignin into simple substances
, such as "nitrogen, phosphorous, calcium - all these things plants need to grow," Harmon said.
Heil suggests that medium-sized objects like tomatoes are arrangements of simple substances
It is a small treatment, which includes use of simple substances
containing radioactive isotopes.
Here are pure, simple substances
that express (in part) an urge to immateriality.
Although plants cannot take up nutrients until they have been broken down into simple substances
- which is why chemical fertilisers act faster- bulky organic substances such as farmyard manure and vegetable compost have notable advantages.
Lignocellulosic is a very long word for really quite simple substances