On the one hand, God as superessential implies: Part of God's divine nature is to be found in humans, and indeed all things

This seems to be consonant with the view of the cosmos held by Anaxagoras: that imprints of all of existence exist in the Monad as a kind of ontological fractal.

However, on the other hand, God as superessential also implies: God is entirely transcendent and his ontological locus is beyond classification or understanding, standing apart from existence though existence at the same time partakes of his nature.


Can a cosmogony that upholds superessentialism still be congruent with Anaxagoras framework, even though God/Monad/First cause is ontologically segregated from the rest of existence?



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