A Commentary on Hegel's Logic by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart

By John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart

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G. L. i. 188) that the plurality being, for each One is is not to be regarded as Other- only externally related to all the other — Ones while in Other-being the whole nature of the Something was found in its Other. The divisions of the One and the Many may perhaps be condemned as superfluous. If we start with the conception of a One determined by its relation to something else, it might be possible to conclude directly that this must be another One, and without the -intervening stage of the One and the Void.

We which we judge it. generally outside itself, its This nature. is —the nature of the Something All that changes conceive its nature, is the first as way in being then as being in another Something, then as generally outside that other Something again. We But this does not oscillate endlessly between these two views. judgment that the reality changes. It is only a )_jchange of judgment about the reality. This involves a contradiction. The nature of the Something p But it is then seen is first seen not to be Finite, but Infinite.

Looking back on the two last transitions from Being Determinate in General to Quality, and from Quality to Some24. BEING DETERMINATE II. thing —they must, I think, be pronounced might perhaps to 23 be valid. arise as to the necessity of passing A doubt through them. might be asked, that the differentiations cannot lie on the surface of Being Determinate (since that would involve a distinction between Essence and Appearance) but must be in it ? And in that case could we not have simplified the process by taking Something as the immediate form of Being Determinate, and so forming the undivided first moment Is of it not clear, it iti ?

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