What is DE NOMINE PROPRIO NON EST CURANDUM CUM IN SUBSTANTIA NON ERRCTUR; QUIA NOMINA MUTABILIA SUNT, RES AUTCM IMMOBILE?

As to the proper name, it is not to be regarded where it errs not in substance, because names are changeable, but things
immutable.

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