Reason is reality. It is a form of differences made united. And, in these unity of differences, an echo of ourselves reveals itself and we form a solution which we apprehend as the truth. It becomes a law itself, although a law which exists only in the manner in which we apply it and not as a law intrinsic to itself. Through our substance as subject, we make this law a universal law, one which applies to all others as well as to ourselves. It is a positive negation that is ultimately taken as the truth. We see all differences collapse into a primordial state of indivisibility. This is a force that leads us into submission; the submission to an ideal which we formulate as reason and which, through our otherness, receive it into consciousness and offer it to the self that is a being-in-the-world.
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