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IV.: QUOD QUALITATES INCORPOREÆ SINT. - Hippocrates, The Writings of Hippocrates and Galen 
The Writings of Hippocrates and Galen. Epitomised from the Original Latin translations, by John Redman Coxe (Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, 1846).
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QUOD QUALITATES INCORPOREÆ SINT.
whether the qualities of bodies are incorporeal.
In this metaphysical tract, the question is considered as to the propriety of the Stoics, in denominating the qualities and other accidents of bodies corporeal. Galen denies it, and gives a definition of a body.