hayan diferenciado
-they/you have distinguished
Present perfect subjunctiveellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofdiferenciar.

diferenciar

Comencemos con el momento estático hipotético de la eternidad, antes de que los actuales hayan surgido de los potenciales, y antes de que los mismos potenciales se hayan diferenciado del continuum de la infinidad, signifiquen lo que signifiquen esas palabras.
Let's start out with the hypothetical static moment of eternity, before any actuals have come from potentials, and before even potentials have differentiated from the continuum of infinity.
Comencemos con el momento estático hipotético de la eternidad, antes de que los actuales hayan surgido de los potenciales, y antes de que los mismos potenciales se hayan diferenciado del continuum de la infinidad, signifiquen lo que signifiquen esas palabras.
Let's start out with the hypothetical static moment of eternity, before any actuals have come from potentials, and before even potentials have differentiated from the continuum of infinity. Whatever those words mean.
Comencemos con el momento estático hipotético de la eternidad, antes de que los actuales hayan surgido de los potenciales, y antes de que los mismos potenciales se hayan diferenciado del continuum de la infinidad, signifiquen lo que signifiquen esas palabras.
Discussion of the Absolutes Part II Let's start out with the hypothetical static moment of eternity, before any actuals have come from potentials, and before even potentials have differentiated from the continuum of infinity.
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