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  • Why must they be one in the same?

    I have read that that which is purely actual and that which is subsistent existence must be one in the same - but I don't know why. I'm hoping someone would be willing to provide a brief explanation. Thanks in advance!

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    If something which was subsistent existence had potentiality in anyway, there would have to be something causally prior to thing thing (If you accept the causal principle that which is in motion is moved by another), meaning that this thing isn't really subsistent existence.

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