A Commentary on Hegel's Logic by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart

By John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart

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But the inner nature of the Something now bursts its 31. Barrier. The Other which limits it has no nature which is not ; expressed in the limitation itself. And the limitation belongs So that it now finds its own nature beyond the Barrier, which it has, therefore, passed. {G. L. i. 147. ) To go back to Hegel's own example, a meadow is limited by the fact that it is not a wood. Not to be a wood is a part, and an essential part. to the nature of the Something. 30 CH. QUALITY II. Thus the nature of the meadow is to be found in the nature of the wood, and is thus no longer something bounded and confined by the wood's nature for what is left to be bound ?

But it is clear that he means by Not-Being, mere denial of Beino^, as he meant by Nothing, not the but the assertion of the absence of all determination. Being and Nothing were all that could be said about them, the dialectic process would stop with its second term. There would be no contradiction, and therefore no ground for a further advance. But this is not the whole For the two terms originally truth {G. L. i. 89. Enc. 88). If the identity of meant 1 •1 different things. By Being was intended unreality.

L. i. 147. ) To go back to Hegel's own example, a meadow is limited by the fact that it is not a wood. Not to be a wood is a part, and an essential part. to the nature of the Something. 30 CH. QUALITY II. Thus the nature of the meadow is to be found in the nature of the wood, and is thus no longer something bounded and confined by the wood's nature for what is left to be bound ? of the nature of the meadow. — We thus pass to C. Infinity the third division of Being Determinate {G. L. Barrier being abolished, the Something Infinity transition here, is will it be noticed, is a fresh conception from Finitude.

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