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Bubner I 71
Finite/Infinite/Idealism/Hegel/Bubner: the transition from the infinite to the finite (in the early idealistic construction) has to be done in such a way that the infinite is not made finite in secret.
I 72
There must be no boundary placed between the two, because then the infinite would no longer be itself, but limited.
       This comes down to the principle that nowhere in heaven and on earth there was something that did not contain both, being and not-being in itself."
Finite/Infinite/Boundary/Hegel/Bubner: it has always been passed over! Thus fixing one position against another, which made the transition necessary, is already wrong.
Abstraction is always late, the process of passing over is always already in motion. This is the triumph of the "profound Heraclitus" over eleatism.
Identity/Hegel/Bubner: no identity without mediation.

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R. Bubner
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992

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