The absolute Idea. The absolute idea has shown itself to be the identity of the theoretical and the practical idea, each of which, of itself still ONE-SIDED, possesses the idea only as a sought for beyond and unattained goal;
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Now the determinateness of the idea and the entire course traversed by this determinateness has constituted he subject matter of the science of logic, and out of this course the absolute idea has come forth for itself;
thus to be for itself, however, has shown itself to amount to this, namely that determinateness does NOT have the SHAPE of a content, but that it is simply as FORM, and that accordingly the idea is the absolutely universal idea.