Workshop: SHIMIZU Tetsuro's recent theory

The main point I would like to be examined in the workshop is my interpretation of the phrase from Abelard's Glosse super Porphyrium (ingredientibus):
Statum quoque hominis res ipsas in ['non' in MS] natura hominis statutas possumus appellare, quarum communem similitudinem ille concipit, qui vocabulum imposuit.
(We can also call status those things set up [statutas] in the nature of man, the common likeness of which was grasped by the person who imposed the word 'man')
LI, 20,12-14. English translation is Marenbon's. cf. Marenbon, J., The Philosophy of Peter Abelard, 1997, p.192,n.45.