in esse


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in esse

(ɪn ˈɛsɪ)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) actually existing. Compare in posse
[Latin, literally: in being]

in esse

A Latin phrase meaning in existence.
References in classic literature ?
Bayham Badger IN ESSE, I possess the original and have no copy.
Thomas adds that when used in this third way, although esse exists in the intellect, it is grounded in the esse of a thing, that is, in esse taken in the second way.
This text is very significant, not only because it supports the major premise in Fabro's argument, but because it explicitly indicates that in this context Aquinas is speaking about participating in esse commune, that is, the actus essendi viewed universally.
o il recitar di comedie, egloge, et cose simili, perche in esse venivano fatti atti, et dette parole lascive, et inhoneste.
Courts, in esse nce, were receptacles of street chatter, which presumably affected the outcomes of investigations.
Aquinas thus suggests that the human intellect grasps esse by imitating it, putting together compositions in thought and speech that mirror compositions in esse.
As it appears to me looking at the available data, the answer lies in esse being the proper effect of subsistent being.
For Haldane, the cognitive mode of being, the mode that is "intrinsically representational," is esse intentionale: (5) species in esse intentionali represents an extramental form in esse naturali, and as such, esse intentionale is the representational mode of being proper to cognizance.
Indeed, the question of the cognizant form's having existence in esse intentionali does not enter into the picture at all.
If God's essence consists precisely in esse, (23) then it is not something strictly proper to him.
Victorinus differs from the Commentary, however, in denying there to be any participation of [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in esse.
No such form will be identical with esse (commune) in itself, but each will only "have," that is to say, participate in esse.