The Syllogism of Reflection
The middle contains 1) singularity; 2) but singularity expanded into universality, as an " all "; 3) the universality that lies at the basis, uniting singularity and abstract universality in itself, the genus.
- The singularity of reflection is thus the first to possess genuine determinateness of FORM, for the middle is posited as he totality of determinations;
- the immediate syllogism is by contrast indeterminate because the middle is ONLY abstract particularity in which the moments of its concept are NOT YET posited.
- The first syllogism of reflection may be called the syllogism of allness.