The Idea of Good : Inasmuch as the concept, which is its OWN subject matter, is determined in and for itself, the subject is determined as singular.
As subjective it again has an implicit otherness for its presupposition; it is the IMPULSE to realize itself, the purpose that on its own wants to give itself objectivity in the objective world and realize itself.
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Thus determinateness which is IN the concept, is EQUAL to the concept, and entail a DEMAND for singular external actuality, is the good.