The movement of purpose has now attained this much, namely that the moment of externality is not just posited in the concept, the purpose is not just an ought and a striving, but as a concrete totality is identical with immediate objectivity.
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thus the concept is essentially this : to be distinguished, as an identity existing for itself, FROM its IMPLICITLY existent objectivity, and thereby TO OBTAIN externality, but in this external totality to be the totality's self-determining identity. So the concept is now the idea.