Sunday, December 17, 2006

Favorite Sentence

Found this doozie in Laurence Wilmot's "Whitehead and God" (p.82):
"But for this necessity, it would have seemed more rational at this point to say that God's envisagement constitutes the general metaphysical character of creative advance by his primordial characterization of creativity to be the substructure for a spatio-temporal universe for which the eternal objects constitute the potentialities for actualization in the world process in which the actualities are self-creative after having received from God their initial subjective aim at definiteness."