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Remove this key position and it becomes impossible to reconcile human instrumentality with human freedom: one can posit a praedeterminatio physica to save instrumentality, or one can posit a concursus indifferens to save self-determination; one cannot have a bit of both the antecedents and the whole of both the consequents.
Had he done so, he could have discovered the need to reconcile such action with the sufficiency of the divine concursus that his conservationist physics requlres.
regulated by lex fori concursus, and choice of law is therefore a
The settlement involves sharing the funds with the State of Louisiana deposited in the various concursus accounts on a proportional basis which has been negotiated between representatives of the State and the Company.
In the 16th century, the Jesuit theologians Suarez and Molina further weakened the influentia generalis, regarding the latter as a concursus generalis in which God and the secondary cause are each but a partial cause of the same effect, like two men simultaneously rowing a boat.
Warfield integrated God's purpose with evolution's freedom using the concept of concursus.
There is approximately $15mm deposited in the various concursus accounts established to hold the funds relating to these disputes between the Company and the State of Louisiana.
As of this time, there is approximately $15mm deposited in the various concursus accounts established to hold the funds relating to these disputes between the Company and the State of Louisiana.
Ripalda defined obediential potency as "the aptitude of created things to fulfil a task (in accord with the judgment of a superior agent and by that agent's help, which is not owed to them) that they cannot fulfil by their natural power and by the concursus that is owed to them.
But the distinction between primary and secondary causality enables thought to hold firm to the mystery of the Godness of God and the integrity of creatures, seeing both acting in a unique concursus.