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ABSTRACT. The contrast between being (in the sense of existence) and essence is itself an ancient one, rooted in the distinction between accidental and essential properties. There is an ontic duality that cannot be confused with the ontological one and which allows for transcendence and immanence to come together.

 

Written by OANA GHERMAN
 
 
 

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