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Ber. I. 412. Cp. , sect. 845. Deus est actu, quicquid esse potest qua perfectiones internas. Denuo patet, deum esse interne immutabilem. . , sect. 1 0 2 . THE PRE-CRITICAL CONCEPTION OF GOD 59 being completed". K a n t claims to have avoided that error, not indeed by a logical proof that God is the ultimate ground of which all other things are consequents, for that is impossible, but by the metaphysical postulate that such absolute ground is also a necessary presupposition if the world of contingent reality is to be rendered intelligible.
Sect. 148), is a complexum omnium determinationum in ente compossibilium. , sect. 225) to be completely determined, in quo nihil concipitur indeterminatum, quo nondum determinato cetera, qua insunt, actu esse nequeunt. Thus: Pone enti A inesse C et B, atque his positis actu inesse debere vel D vel E. Dicitur A esse omnimode determinatum si eidem praeter C et B etiam insit D. « Cp. , sects. , sects. 8j5- 5 Ber. I. 397. • Ber. I. 395. Cp. , hinc nec exsistentia: locum esse posse. Ber. I. 397. THE PRE-CRITICAL CONCEPTION OF GOD 53 former is the essence of the latter; the latter is the consequence of the former.
Sect. 1 0 2 . THE PRE-CRITICAL CONCEPTION OF GOD 59 being completed". K a n t claims to have avoided that error, not indeed by a logical proof that God is the ultimate ground of which all other things are consequents, for that is impossible, but by the metaphysical postulate that such absolute ground is also a necessary presupposition if the world of contingent reality is to be rendered intelligible. K a n t evidently thought that such a logical relationship between the absolute ground and finite consequents was not inconsistent with the view of an act of creation giving a start to a series.
Kant's Conception of God by F.E. England