Reason is Reality: The ‘inner’ moments, or the laws observed by consciousness through the movement within itself, gain shape by the ‘outer’ appearances that form against it. Through reason, consciousness depicts its environment as that which governs the ‘outer’ while the ‘inner’ , by the force of the law pervading it, in its reasoning, accepts the truth or ‘reality’ of its surroundings. Thusly, consciousness finds a relationship to itself in every perceivable object as long as it is able to, in the process, distinguish itself from the object and stay a reasoning observant.
The Incidental Corridor No.386
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