Hylomorphism
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  1. Matter and form
  2. Substantial form, accidental form, and prime matter
  3. Body–soul hylomorphism
      3.1 Basic theory
      3.2 Living bodies
      3.3 Intellect
  4. Medieval modifications
      4.1 Plurality vs. unity of substantial form
      4.2 Thomistic dualism
  5. Teleology and ethics
  6. Modern physics
  7. See also
  8. Notes
  9. Sources
  10. External links

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