All education desires to free man from his finitude, to make him ethical, to unite him with God.
No being who was merely finite, could be conscious of its finitude.
He is in quite the same punishment as Orion or even Sisyphus, the penalty of all finitude is upon him.
It exists by its finitude and is great in proportion to its determination.
These are the ideas common to the connection between change, becoming and perishing, and Non-Being, finitude and imperfection.
Isolation is finitude and limitation, community is freedom and infinity.
It belongs not to his nature as spirit, but to his finitude as man.
Indeed this indicates the common element in these four punishments: the endless repetition of the struggle of finitude.
That evil is negative, or privative, and consists in the finitude of the creature, is the result of the discussion.
Consequently, if we accept his theory of the finitude of life, we are braced up to do our part while we can.