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  • adj. Not successive; not part of a succession.


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  • But even if it were possible to have nonsuccessive awareness of a vast succession, which Hartshorne would deny, it is even more implausible, from Hartshorne's point of view, to claim, as does Alston, that God could have nonsuccessive responses to stages of that succession.

    Charles Hartshorne


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