Finite Qualities

Some articles on finite, finite qualities:

Idealist - Objective Idealism - Absolute Idealism
... which were not based on a critique of the finite and a dialectical philosophy of history as Hegel's idealism was ... In his Science of Logic (1812–1814) Hegel argues that finite qualities are not fully "real" because they depend on other finite qualities to determine them ... Similarly finite natural things are less "real"—because they are less self-determining—than spiritual things like morally responsible people, ethical communities and God ...

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