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The brute facticity of the impinging past is inescapable: "The deterministic efficient causation is the inflow of the actual world in its own proper character of its own feelings, with their own intensive strength, felt and reenacted by the novel concrescent subject.
Whitehead insists, however, that Creativity is nothing except the power of the occasions themselves, the particularizing drive of the multitude of concrescent processes, their subjectivity.
Also abolished or blurred are efficient and final causation, transition and concrescence, concrescent and concrete, becoming and being, any real supersession of phases of becoming, extensive and intensive quantity, genetic and coordinate division, subjective and objective species of eternal objects, freedom and inheritance, and formal and objective reality.