Das ausgeführte Zweck
Purpose is in its connection to the means already reflected into itself, but its objective immanent turning back is NOT YET posited.
The activity of purpose through its means is still directed against objectivity as an initial presupposition; this is precisely what that activity is, to be indifferent to determinateness.
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In being active in its means, therefore, purpose must not determine the immediate object as something external to it, and the object, accordingly, must MERGE with it in the UNITY of the concept through itself;
or again, the otherwise external activity of purpose through its means must determine itself as mediation and thus sublate itself as EXTERNAL.