Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.1EN

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[Before going to the second movement, allow me to ask this question about assume3cC:

Why don’t ‘the two relations that compose the dyad in actuality’ interscope?

Why does one relation not become situation and the other content?

The answer comes from the fact that dyadic actuality belongs to one relation.

Once you remove the pair from that one particular relation, then the actualities (if they are relations) may interscope.

Compare 2.1 EL to 2.1 EI.]