Consciousness conforms to reality as its “living present.” It is the simultaneous occurrence of the in-itself-for-itself. It measures the empirical for the transcendental so that it can reflect upon a reflection upon a reflection and, through this self-dialogue, discover the absolute view, the judgment which becomes, for consciousness, the true. It doesn’t reach for the possibilities of the past, nor the temporal landscape that serves itself through the intermingling corridors of perception, but through the various stages of itself; through its understanding of differences and negation; through its own dialectical process that reaches its potentiality in the form of one consciousness.
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