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Matter, act, and God Prime matter, one of the two components of corporeal substance in Aristotelian physics, has long been a puzzle even to sympathetic readers. Even Descartes and Coimbra natural philosophy 31 if Aristotle’s own conception were clear, the conceptions of sixteenthcentury Aristotelians, resting as they do on a lengthy and complex history of interpretations, would require further investigation. One of many reasons for this is that the most straightforward reading of Aristotle’s own concept – that matter is a kind of indeterminate stuff, standing to all natural forms as sculptor’s clay to the forms of statues – will not work for most Aristotelians, even if it works for Aristotle.
In this essay, I focus on the ambitious project of the Jesuit teachers at Coimbra: a set of up-to-date commentaries extending to all the texts regularly included in the philosophy curriculum. In their period the commentaries were rivalled only by the somewhat later Disputationes originating from the Carmelite Colegio de San Cirilo at Alcalá, collectively known as the Complutenses. The impetus behind them came from Petrus Fonseca, author of a massive Metaphysics commentary. Fonseca’s contribution was a commentary on Aristotle’s logical works, the In universam dialecticam; other authors, principally Emmanuel de Goes, wrote commentaries on the physical works, De anima, the Parva naturalia and the Ethics.
To that scheme the conception of matter as res extensa is entirely opposed. Res extensa is at each instant entirely actual: length, width, and depth are all that is required for a thing to be substance; form is superﬂuous. The only potentiality remaining in nature is divisibility. 24 In Aristotelian physics, the actualisation of that potentia, or the division of matter into parts having determinate size and ﬁgure, is a mere byproduct of genuine physical change, that is, of the perfection of matter by form.