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Its essence is that Being for Self is not also Being Determinate, and it might not unfairly have received the name of Not-Being for Other. Hegel has then no difficulty in proving that the One, for If it were anything else the is, can only be itself. which the Being for One would be Being for Other. And this is impossible, The since Being for Other has already been transcended. X Being for One of X, then, is Being for Self This takes us to a new category which consists in the re- statement of Being for Determinate.
That it should be no less than itself to be bot h in itself — requires that maintain than its nature should be in the Other. itself against nature should also be outside ^ will itself That it so that it should should be no more the present stage of the dialectic, that itself requires, at maintain itself, against itself, its that the Other should it. know, impossible to find any one English phrase which adequately render An Sieh. I have followed Prof. ' II. The BEING DETERMINATE 27 correctness of this interpretation no doubt, very is, But whatever Hegel's meaning may have been in this obscure passage, we can see for ourselves that the category of Limit would necessarily have come in at this point.
In the first place, the categories are so arranged in the Encyclopaedia as to avoid the difference of content This seems to to between a Synthesis and the succeeding Thesis — which, as we saw above, occurs in the Greater Logic. In the second place, the Encyclopaedia avoids the transition from the limited to the unlimited, which I have maintained above to be invalid. And the transition which it substitutes is, Part of the nature of A is found in its Other, I think, valid. But this can only B, since it is part of its nature not to be B.