Twilight is a mixture of light and darkness:
Insofar as the self is restricted by the not-self, it is finite; in itself, however, as posited through its OWN absolute activity, it is infinite.
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light and darkness are not opposed in principle, but differs only in DEGREE. Darkness is simply a very minute amount of light.
. . . Through interaction and passion an independent activity is, in general, determined ( a determinate quantity thereof is posited ).
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But DETERMINATION occurs by the exhibition of GROUND. As soon as the GROUND of application of this proposition is set forth, the latter is at once LIMITED.