Driesch defined entelechy
as an intensive manifoldness.
But the way it unfolds/evolves is always already in its "seed." This understanding sees entelechy
as an eventless process.
(44.) See for instance, section 66: "there is a world of creatures, of living beings, of animals, of entelechies, of souls in the least part of matter"; and 70: "each living body has a dominant entelechy
(11) As already mentioned, the soul consists moreover of the formative involuntary entelechy
for the body, as well as the voluntary capacity for self-mastery and self-possession that masters the very actualities of the soul, namely, understanding, sense appetite, and will.
is a matter of becoming, a matter of emergence, not something to be rationally predetermined.
New York, NY, July 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Featuring Entelechy
(Layla Isis and Mariyah) with special guests Dalia Carella, Darshan, Kristina Melike, Sira, and Tava.
He was rigorously seeking a form that might revolutionize perception--conjure a different kind of visual schema, and so his best paintings present a staggering entelechy
of psycheciel la .
In this world, Art is refused the comfort of entelechy
It was something we didn't know in advance; maybe this might have been composed, for all we knew, of some ethereal entelechy
. Now imagine an object occupying this very position in the room which was an ethereal entelechy
In 'Circe', echoing Melies, Stephen argues for body-subject communication: gesture is 'a universal language', which 'render[s] visible not the lay sense but the first entelechy
' (U 15.105-7).
After a rather simplistic discussion of bees as representative examples of instinctive 'drivenness' among animals, he focused particularly on the work of Hans Dreisch on entelechy
and on Jakob von Uexkull's careful demonstrations of the subjectivity and agency of various animals.