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Absolute Idea according to Hegel Actuality Antithesis Appearance argument assertion Categorical Syllogism Cause and Effect characteristic Chemism Cognition conception connected connexion contradiction defect Determined Causality dialectic process Disjunctive Syllogism division Elective Affinity element Encyclopaedia essential example existence external fact finite Force Formal Causality Formal Ground formal logic G. L. iii Greater Logic harmony Hegel calls Hegel gives Hegel says Hegel's category immediacy immediate indifferent Individual Infinite Series Infinity Inner and Outer inner nature Intensive Quantum involves Law of Identity Limit Magnitude Manifestation means Measure mediation merely Middle Term Necessity negative Nodal Line Notion Object organic unity Organism particular Particular Judgment pass plurality position possible predicate Properties Quantitative Ratio Quantity reached Real Ground reality reciprocal Reflection regard relation seems seen side subdivision Substance Surface and Substratum Synthesis taken tautology Teleology Thing transcended transition triad true unity Urtheil valid whole