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Potentiality and Actuality

  • Nathan Rotenstreich
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Abstract

In the preceding analysis we were concerned with the concept of subject and the position of the Absolute. We shall now explore the notions of Reason and Spirit and attempt to throw additional light on the issues explored before.

Keywords

Full Realization Active Manifestation Universal Substance Ethical Idea Cartesian Cogito 
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© Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands 1974

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