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Going back to the Reagan administration, conservative constitutional thinking has advocated for a powerful and unitary executive.
So Essence also does not remain unitary, because its potentiality extends to all it has become.
In that it is something unitary, without being unity itself; for what is a "certain one" is already manifold.
This means to signify that unity precedes the unitary thing by nature, just as heat precedes the hot object.
The theory is based upon a principle alleged to be Aristotle's that from a unitary cause nothing but a unitary effect can follow.
Unity precedes the unitary object as heat comes before the hot object.
It is a unitary immaterial substance and is not affected by the life or death of the body.
Our answer is that the definition represents that unitary aspect of the sublunar individuals which is in the Active Intellect.
All these lines of growth stand side by side and coalesce in unitary human life.
In the history of religion the outward and the inward elements have stood side by side in a unitary experience.

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ubietynoun | [yoo-bahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION