unconditioned

[ uhn-kuh n-dish-uh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconditioned
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Unconditioned, principle of, 189; assailed by Hamilton, 194.

The unconditioned must therefore be conceived as one, as simple, and as universal.

The relations and the ideas of the Conditioned cease to exist for the Unconditioned.

In this being it recognizes the characteristics of unconditioned existence.

Wherefore either to be or not to be is the unconditioned alternative.

The necessary is not that which cannot be conceived to be otherwise, nor is it the unconditioned.

Yet not all categories yield a concept of the unconditioned.

Only one attribute can be assigned to Him—He is unconditioned or infinite.

Neither is it true that we know that these conditions are unconditioned.

This principle is unconditioned not only as to its connection, but also as to its content.