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Philosophy of Evolution: Hylemorphism

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Can an old doctrine, hylemorphism,
be useful for the solution of a new problem, evolution?
 
Are there actually substantial changes in natural bodies? Thus, is it correct to infer that every natural body consists of two substantial principles, one potential, and the other actual? Are act and potency really distinct between themselves?

Author:  John Edward Mulvihill, S.T.D., D.Min., Ph.D.
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