Thesaurus / potentiality

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Four things must be removed from God: corporeality, affection, potentiality, resemblance to his creatures.

The First (or One) is the potentiality of movement and of rest; consequently, He is superior to both things.

But the separate in which there is no kind of potentiality and which exists per se, is God.

The ambition of Claire saddened him to contemplate; it had so rich a potentiality for its background.

An Ambitious WomanEdgar Fawcett

All objects of thought exist, either purely in potentiality, or purely in actuality, or both in potentiality and in actuality.

Christianity and Greek PhilosophyBenjamin Franklin Cocker

In him was embodied all the potentiality for hope of the future.

Of itself it has no active properties, but in its still, well-like depths, it holds the potentiality of all magnetic forces.

Second SightSepharial

Actuality and potentiality are inapplicable to the divinity, ii.

The first is the absolute incorporeal being, the primal mover, in whom there is no potentiality, but actuality simple and perfect.

He had the potentiality of publicity in the sort of welcome he gave equally to all men; and if I asked more I was not reasonable.

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