In the first, what is eminent is said to be prior whereas what is
exceeded in perfection is posterior. Put briefly, whatever in
essence is more perfect and noble would be prior in this manner. It
was this kind of priority Aristotle had in mind in his proof that
act is prior to potency in the ninth book of the Metaphysics where
he calls act prior according to substance and form (species). "The
things that are posterior in becoming," he declares, "are prior in
form and in substantiality."
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