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actualism

the doctrine that all reality is animate, in motion, or in process. — actualist, n.actualistic, adj.
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If so, the church would be seen in terms of actualism rather than in terms of essentialism.
In short, this refashioning was held to be scientific because it supported Gentile's belief that actualism was the ultimate science.
Thus, it is generally thought that one is free to accept an argument for actualism, say, but to reject a parallel argument for presentism.
We might refer to these different commitments as aesthetic actualism and aesthetic intentionalism, respectively.
The lingering question, however, is how and whether a commitment to McCormackian actualism is truly indispensible for discerning the coherence of Barth's later Christology.
He describes the links between philosophy and scientific realism including the transcendental analysis of experience and the real basis of causal laws, actualism and the concept of the closure, including the classical paradigm of action, the relationship between autonomy and reduction, and open systems.
Geological Time Actualism Rock Cycle Lithification: Sediment vs Sedimentary rock Original Horizontality of Strata Lateral Continuity of Strata Superposition of Strata Cross-cutting Relationships Principle of Inclusions Biological Evolution, Index Fossils Stratigraphic Correlation
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