The state to be real reality since the reality of Gods nature
- the state of in fact current objectively
- The state to be real; reality; as, the reality of God's nature.
late 14c., "power, efficacy," from Old French actualite and directly from Medieval Latin actualitatem (nominative actualitas), from belated Latin actualis (see real). A Latin loan-translation of Greek energeia. Indicating "state of being genuine" is from 1670s (actualities "existing conditions" is starting 1660s). Mod. using reality in feeling of realism, experience of the modern, is a result of Fr. actualit
In Husserl: 1. (Ger. Wirklichkeit) Effective individual presence in space and time, as compared with simple possibility. 2. (Ger. Aktualität) The character of a conscious procedure as lived in by the ego, as compared with all the "inactuality" of mindful processes more or less far from the pride. To express the pride life in a certain aware procedure would be to say the ego is busied because of the object intended for the reason that procedure. Going to is a unique kind of being busied. -- D.C.
- The mode of being for which things influence or are impacted. The realm of fact; the field of happenings. Syn. with existence, sometimes with truth. Opposite of: chance or potentiality. See Energeia. -- J.K.F.
(n.) Hawaii of being actual; truth; as, the reality of Jesus's nature.
An effect cannot contain more than its cause, nor the idea of a perfect Being find adequate source save in the actuality of such a Being.