Finitude of the End

The finitude of the end is that point where it realizes itself and, through this, its realization, sublates its own presupposition; a movement that is both a negation and a positing. It is a reflection-back-into-self and a negation of externality. Its positing is its determinate content, which is the Notion itself in its objectivity. This Notion is the medium, the point of division between negativity and positivity which, through its own determinate-ness, is an external positing indifferent to itself. The negation of this determinate-ness, or the means in which it confronts itself, is the reflecting-back-into-self which is the same as reflecting outward.
It is the means of finitude of the end, which is the middle term separating out objectivity, from its own finitude, and leading it into a particular-with-content. The object of the Notion is this content, and the means with which the end is realized, and the unifying determination which is, in itself, indifferent since it is a negation of the external of the very first determination where the end is first projected into content and where subjectivity offers itself into actuality, or reality. In this moment, the subjectivity becomes an object-of- concern, a positing in and of itself that seeks its own end through negation of itself and unifying with the subject of its actuality in the form of individuality. Finitude reaches its own end in this moment.

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