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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foreconceive.
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Therefore they are not future but present to those who now see that, from which the future, being foreconceived in the mind, is foretold.
If then the future is present, it must be present as having been foreconceived for later coming to be; at that divine stage therefore it lacks nothing and therefore can never lack; all existed, eternally and in such a way that at the later stage any particular thing may be said to exist for this or that purpose; the All, in its extension and so to speak unfolding, is able to present succession while yet it is simultaneous; this is because it contains the cause of all as inherent to itself.