Act, potentiality and the unmoved mover
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11-01-2015, 04:02 AM
RE: Act, potentiality and the unmoved mover
Sorry for answering so late, but i want to thank you all guys for your responses Smile .

I think I can use the modern scientific notion of motion to refute the first way. For the rest (aka, the "motion" from potency to act), it's not the argument of "unmoved mover" but more of the "unchanged changer", which is somehow identical to the uncaused cause.
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