By N. Saveliev
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Another question that may be raised here is that a cloth woven out of a single thread (presuming that there can be such a cloth) has to be supposed to inhere in the fibers of the thread in which the thread also inheres. How can this be if the rule be true? This question too admits of more than one answer. One can say that different fibres of the thread are the inherees of the cloth and the single thread constituting the cloth. Alternately it may be urged that there is here no genesis of a cloth at all.
Well, if this is so does it mean that the association is not available to the incompetent or even if it is available the effect is not produced by the incompetent? The first is not true. Even with the incompetent piece of stone the association of the soil, water, heat and air as observed. The second (too) is not true (if it were then), as from the piece of stone even from a seed associated with the totality of auxiliaries the seedling may fail to be produced. Expl: This is a retort to the foregoing remark that all seed-entities are capable of being associated with the auxiliaries.
If unqualified productivity is ascribed necessarily to the competent cause that would only mean that the latter is not unproductive, not that it is always productive. Nature of competence and Incompetence elucidated 3R5DT But how is it that what was incompetent earlier could acquire competence later or what was earlier competent lost competence later? No! ) Competence is in fact the productivity of its effect by the cause when it is accompanied by the auxiliaries of the latter. Contrariwise incompetence is nonproductivity of its effect by the cause if it is not accompanied by the auxiliaries of the latter or is accompanied by things other than these auxiliaries.
Lects on the Topol. of 3-Manifolds - Intro to the Casson Invariant by N. Saveliev