Fichte on not-self, negation
The NOT-self is opposed to the self; and it contains negation as the self contains reality.
If an absolute totality of the real is posited in the self, there must necessarily be posited in the NOT-self an absolute totality of NEGATION; and NEGATION itself must be posited as an absolute totality.
Determination in general establishes mere quantity, no matter how, and in what manner; . . .