Talk:Actus purus

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It would be interesting if we could identify valuable syllogisms on the basis of actus purus. For instance, God is often defined as Love. Therefore, Love is pure act. God is also called salvation, which is the pure act of Jesus. The inner perfection of the Holy Trinity is often described by the double procession of the hypostases, which might also be called pure act. ADM (talk) 19:14, 12 June 2009 (UTC)