and the suspension of its cohesion, through the capacity for heat.
(b) The Particularisation of Differences
Shaping, the individualisation of the mechanism or of weight, turns into elemental particularisation.
The individual body has the totality of the elements within itself; as the subject of the same the
body contains the elements in the first place as attributes or predicates, but in the second place
these are retained only in immediate individuality, and thus they exist also as materials indifferent to
each other. Thirdly, they are the relations to the unbound elements and the processes of the
individual body with those elements.