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48) Through a purely conceptual understanding of grounding, the Hegelian system culminates in the revelation that truth is movement, that the absolute existent was "what was and has always been" immediate in thought once the movement arrives at the end of conceptual grounding and reaches the absolute essence.
This fusion eliminates the analogical space which allows for the absolute essence to reflect the absolute existent.
55) For Schelling, negative philosophy can begin only with an emphasis on the ontological relationship of the absolute essence's dependence on the absolute existent, an acknowledgement outside the scope of Reason's peripheral vision.
In discounting the distinction between the two initial moments, Hegel's system skips over the initial limit of conceptual grounding, that is, the need to explain the absolute essence's dependence on the absolute existent.
60) In other words, by avoiding the explanation of the initial reflection of thought into being, we do not need to explain their identity from within thought itself or use reflection to explain why the absolute essence reflects the absolute existent.
This moment comes before the move from the absolute existent into the absolute essence, which is the final moment.
The existent which emanates from the boundless Divine Treasures by tajalli on the other hand--measured out in certain proportions in the isthmus and appearing finally in the material realm--is fashioned anew at every stage.
A non-relative or absolute existent is one whose reality and meaning is for itself and not dependent upon another reality or meaning--as in the case of "man".
If man, in actuality, were not "needy", then he would have to be an independent existent, as there is no other logical possibility, and this is absurd.
If it were otherwise, and God's majesty or the reality of the Qur'an that is with Him were to directly manifest themselves in this lower world, then there would remain no place for the manifestation of the other existents and inhabitants of the natural and imaginal worlds.
This cannot be taken to mean, however, that realities of the higher level are brought down to the level of the lower so as to be counted as one of the existents of that lower level.
Although formal educational institutional goals and mission statements frequently incorporate declarations promoting diversity, "informal" policies and practices within institutions may maintain the existent power structures within institutions.