The “I” as in “I am” is being and the infinite undifferentiated indifference that exists within the spirit which returns to itself from being what it is not. It is the immediacy of sense-certainty which, for the subject before he becomes subject, places him within his own grounding; within the determination, or differentiation, which has not yet been taken but, through immediate mediation, falls into the “what is.” And, through this movement, it becomes other than its-self before going back to its-self. This infinity of finitude, this reflection upon reflecting, is absolute spirit lost in its remoteness and seeking itself in its being as an Other surrounded by otherness.
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