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Actual infinity
also called Completed infinity and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. Aristotle distinguished between actual and potential infinities

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  2. a term from metaphysics

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  3. The overwhelming majority of scholastic philosophers adhered to the motto Infinitum actu non datur

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  4. something which is completed and definite and consists of infinitely many elements

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  5. A potential infinity is a sequence which is endless

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