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  • n. The emergent actual occasion from which value is abstracted.

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  • The unitive satisfaction of the Primordial and Consequent Natures is prehendable through God as superject which is the Superjective Nature.

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  • If something like a mathematics where thought applies to objects in the world is possible, this is not because the mind imposes forms of intuition on the world, but because the "superject" develops within a world.

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  • The silver linings on this cloud are: (1) God preserves the universe in the divine memory which means that the creatures contribute something to God; (2) God, considered as superject, has an inexhaustible capacity to bring order from chaos and make fresh beginnings, providing a sense of hope amidst the ruin of our lives.

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  • The prehendability of any actual entity is via the entity as superject which must also be true of God.

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  • Through a clearer understanding of the function of God as superject several internal problems in Whiteheadian metaphysics are resolved as well as accounting for the major realizations of Aurobindo.

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  • But what the materialist will always remember is time's arrow, that each state is irreversible, that each state is superject forming, that each state is among the grounds of the succeeding state. read on!

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  • a priori forms of sensibility on the world, Whitehead argues that the subject is not an origin, a ground, that then imposes form on the world, but is rather a superject, product, or result of a dynamic interplay with the world.

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