<substance, essence, Infinite, ontology, metaphysics, absolut spirit, Romanticism> the solitary, uniquely unconditioned, utterly independent, and ultimately all-encompassing being that comprises all of reality according to such Romantic idealists as Schelling, and Hegel. British philosopher F.H. Bradley emphasized that the Absolute must transcend all of the contradictory appearances of ordinary experience, while American Josiah Royce took the Absolute to be a spiritual entity whose self-consciousness is reflected only imperfectly in the totality of human thought.
[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]
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