Substance may refer to:
- Chemical substance, a material with a definite chemical composition
- Drug substance
- Substance abuse, drug-related healthcare and social policy diagnosis or label
- Substance dependence, drug-related healthcare and social policy diagnosis or label
- Matter, anything that has mass and takes up space
- Substance theory, theory positing that a substance is distinct from its properties
- Substantial (rapper) a US musician
- Substance (Joy Division album), 1988
- Substance (Blank & Jones album), 2002
- Substance 1987, a New Order album
- "Substance", a song by Haste the Day from That They May Know You
- Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, an update of the video game Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
- Homoousian, a Christian term meaning "same substance"
Other articles related to "substance, substances":
... the school was shut down for 2 1/2 days due to an unknown substance ... by a industrial hygienist company and the tests were inconclusive as to what chemical/substance was released ... The person(s) was never found that might have released the substance, although it was suspected to be a student's doing trying to avoid exams ...
... intoxicated state without a preference for one particular substance ... be used, studies have shown that alcohol is commonly used with another substance ... study on polysubstance use that separated participants who used multiple substances into groups based on their preferred drug ...
... Shilajit is a substance mainly found in the Altai, Himalaya, and Caucasus mountains of Central Asia ... It should not be confused with ozokerite, also a humic substance, similar in appearance, but apparently without medicinal qualities ... in fact they are offering cheap raw ozokerite, a substance used, for example, in cosmetics ...
... for those whose lives are blighted by substance misuse, crime and lack of opportunity ... CRI's service users include Adults and young people with substance misuse problems People who are homeless and living and working on the streets Offenders in prison and those serving ...
... does not draw a sharp distinction between substance and form ... distinction drawn, save in reflection, between form and substance.” For Dewey, substance is different from subject ... say that Keats’ Ode to a Nightingale has a nightingale for a subject, but for Dewey the substance of the poem is the poem ...
Famous quotes containing the word substance:
“All the old supports going, gone, this man reaches out a hand to steady himself on a ledge of rough brick that is warm in the sun: his hand feeds him messages of solidity, but his mind messages of destruction, for this breathing substance, made of earth, will be a dance of atoms, he knows it, his intelligence tells him so: there will soon be war, he is in the middle of war, where he stands will be a waste, mounds of rubble, and this solid earthy substance will be a film of dust on ruins.”
—Doris Lessing (b. 1919)
“What makes literature interesting is that it does not survive its translation. The characters in a novel are made out of the sentences. Thats what their substance is.”
—Jonathan Miller (b. 1936)