The theorem . The third stage in this advance of cognition based on concept determinations is the transition of particularity to singularity.
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Whereas, definition stops at the universal concept, in theorems the subject matter is known in its reality, in the conditions and the forms of its real existence.
Together with the definition, therefore, the subject matter exhibits the idea, which is the unity of the concept and unity.
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the theorem is the properly synthetic element of as subject matter, because the relations of its determinacies are necessary, that is ,are grounded in the inner identity of the concept.