illimitation

illimitation

(ɪˌlɪmɪˈteɪʃən)
n
the state of being infinite
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There is no "cause" for this difference; this is just the way potencies are, (59) The will is by nature undetermined to any object, and moves towards a specific one according to a "superabundance of sufficiency, which is an illimitation for actuality", (60) it is an "indeterminate potency that can determinate itself', a potency that is "active, excellent in perfection and power, and not linked to a determined act".
23) Finitude here cannot be contained, though its sense of scarcity is dedicated back to the living rather than directly feeding the illimitable: on the contrary, any such illimitation is constantly referred to the scarcity of its home.