The Absolute is the concept of an unconditiona…

The Absolute is the concept of an unconditional reality which transcends limited, conditional, everyday existence. It is sometimes used as an alternate term for “God” or “the Divine” especially, but by no means exclusively, by those who feel that the term “God” lends itself too easily to anthropomorphic presumptions. The concept of The Absolute may or may not (depending on one’s specific doctrine) possess discrete will, intelligence, awareness, or a personal nature. It is sometimes conceived of as the source through which all being emanates. It contrasts with finite things, considered individually, and known collectively as the relative. This is reflected in its Latin origin absolūtus which means “loosened from” or “unattached.”

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