Conscience sees itself as the absolute truth. When it is outside itself, it enters into the incidental and becomes an immediate certainty for others, falling into the universal as a shifting, echoing, spirit exposed to judgment and hypocrisy. As it falls it encounters reason in the vast emptiness of a universal spirit that lays claim to it. It becomes imprisoned by presuppositions and forces of morality, other truths engendered by other spirits, and is thrust into objectivity while lost in a subjectivity that is meaningless and without validity.
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