Difference and Opposition
1. Absolute Difference: Difference is the negativity that reflection possesses in itself, the nothing which is said in identity discourse,
the essential moment of identity itself which , as the negativity of itself, at the same time determines itself and is differentiated from difference. . .
2. Opposition : In opposition, the determinate reflection, difference, is brought to completion. Opposition is the unity of identity and diversity; its moments are diverse in one identity, and so they are opposites. . .