There exists “inner” and “outer” currents which give rise to individuality. They involve experiences acquired by the subject. The “inner” current is that which carries these experiences. The “outer” current is the meaning behind these experiences which take consciousness from an a priori stage of absolute awareness into a pre-conditioned environment in which this awareness must conform. Thus, the subject becomes in-itself-for-itself-in-itself as being which must include its otherness in order that it remain distinct as a subjective self-consciousness. Within the incidental corridor, self-consciousness determines what it is for itself through its reminiscence of its in itself. It becomes a force of the “ethical substance” and a spirit embracing its own determination as a self among others.
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