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From Parerga and Paralipomena, Volume 1, Fragments for the Philosophy of History, Part 6:

Explanations of the forma substantialis are found in Scotus Erigena....;Giordano Bruno...; and at great length in the Disputationes metaphysicae of Suarez (Disp. 15, sect 1), that genuine compendium of the whole of scholastic wisdom. An acquaintance thereof must be sought in that work rather than in the bombastic chatter of inane German professors of philosophy who are the quintessence of all platitudes and tediousness. [Ellipses mine.]

Thanks, JV.

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