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Absolute

Complete; perfect; final; without any condition or incumbrance; as an absolute bond in distinction from a conditional bond. Unconditional; complete and perfect in itself; without relation to or dependence on other things or persons.

Free from conditions, limitations or qualifications, not dependent, or modified or affected by circumstances; that is, without any condition or restrictive provisions.

Absolute can be used to describe Divorce, estates, obligation, and title.

absolute

adj. complete, and without condition.

absolute

(Complete), adjective absolutus, blanket, comprehensive, downright, entire, exhaustive, final, full, sheer, total, unbounded, unconditional, unlimited, unqualified, unreserved, unrestrained, unrestricted, unstinted, utter, whole, without qualification
Associated concepts: absolute acceptance, absolute admission, absolute assignment, absolute bequest, absolute connrol, absolute deed, absolute devise, absolute fee, absolute gift, absolute immunity, absolute insuror, absolute owner, absolute power of alienation, absolute power of disposition, absolute sale, absolute transfer, fee simple absolute

absolute

(Conclusive), adjective accurate, actual, beyond doubt, categorical, certain, clear, clearly defined, decided, decisive, definite, definitive, determinate, exact, explicit, express, final, fixed, inalienable, indisputable, indubitable, obvious, positive, precise, real, settled, true, unconditioned, undoubted, unequivocal, unimpeachable, unmistakable, unmitigated, unquestionable, veritable, well-defined
Associated concepts: absolute certainty, absolute conviction, absolute discretion, absolute duty, absolute liability, abbolute moral certainty, absolute pardon, absolute privilege, absolute right, absolute title

absolute

(Ideal), adjective best, beyond compare, champion, consummate, crowning, defectless, excelling, exemplary, faultless, flawless, highest, immaculate, impeccable, incomparable, matchless, model, ne plus ultra, peerless, perfect, preeminent, pure, spotless, superior, superlative, supreme, taintless, unblemished, unequaled, unexcelled, unrivaled, unsurpassed, untainted, untarnished
See also: actual, affirmative, arbitrary and capricious, axiomatic, cardinal, categorical, certain, clear, compelling, complete, conclusive, convincing, decisive, definite, definitive, demonstrable, determinative, direct, dogmatic, explicit, extreme, fixed, flagrant, gross, implicit, inappealable, incontestable, incontrovertible, indubious, outright, outstanding, plenary, positive, pure, radical, resounding, right, stark, strict, thorough, total, unalienable, unconditional, undisputed, unequivocal, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified

absolute

(of a court order or decree) coming into effect immediately and not liable to be modified; final.

ABSOLUTE. Without any condition or encumbrance, as an "absolute bond," simplex obligatio, in distinction from a conditional bond; an absolute estate, one that is free from all manner of condition or incumbrance. A rule is said to be absolute, when, on the hearing, it is confirmed. As to the effect of an absolute conveyance, see 1 Pow. Mortg. 125; in relation to absolute rights, 1 Chitty, Pl. 364; 1 Chitty, Pr. 32.

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It is the reflecting subject which posits the absolute in opposition to its positing it.
The absolute is, to be exact: the manifestation that something is manifest, that there is something rather than nothing.
In order to give an answer to the delicate question concerning what the absolute in Hegel's system is, after all, it is sufficient to state the important fact that it has to satisfy the conditions of absolute form without collapsing into an immediate unity of form and content.
There are at least three prominent candidates for a closure of the Hegelian system and which correspond to the three possibilities of the Hegelian absolute: absolute knowing, the absolute idea and absolute spirit.
If we try to address the problem of the relation between the absolute idea and the totality of nature and spirit, we must not undermine the logical standards of the Science of Logic.
Absolute spirit is, after all, the unification of subjective and objective spirit: Individual subjects have to perform the reconstruction of the absolute idea.
The relation between the absolute idea as absolute form and its exposition, its being there in the modes of nature and spirit, cannot be an essential relation, to wit a metaphysical relation of being and appearance.
The crucial point of Hegel's dialectic of the absolute is that metaphysical reflection must not be external reflection.
The absolute idea is only grasped in the context of a theory of self-constitution of logical space, i.
For this reason, Hegel conceives the infinite or absolute as an ongoing process of self-constitution which is not determined over against anything external to this very process.
The overall end of the Hegelian system in the Encyclopedia is the absolute idea in its actuality, that is, the reflected connection of the absolute idea in its yet to be determined universality with its manifestation, its being there.