This chapter argues that the opening of the Logic is not the beginning of a post-Kantian ontology, but the first move of Hegel’s systematic reductio of realism. I examine Hegel’s famous discussion of true infinity, and show that it is central to begin grasping his understanding of ideality as a question of normative authority.
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