[ Latin entelechia
, Greek ..., probably from ... ... ... to be complete; ... + ... completion, end + ... to have or hold.] (Peripatetic Philos.)
An actuality; a conception completely actualized, in distinction from mere potential existence.
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(Aristotle) the state of something that is fully realized; actuality as opposed to potentiality
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• (n.) An actuality; a conception completely actualized, in distinction from mere potential existence.
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(from Greek entelecheia), in philosophy, that which realizes or makes actual what is otherwise merely potential. The concept is intimately connected ...
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(Gr. entelecheia) In Aristotle's philosophy (1) the mode of being of a thing whose essence is completely realized; actuality; energeia; -- opposed to dynamis, or potentiality; (2) the form or essence. -- G.R.M.
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In the peripatetic philosophy, entelechy is an object in its complete actualization, as opposed to merely potential existence.
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