extrinsicality


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extrinsicality

(ɪkˈstrɪnsɪˈkælɪtɪ)
n
the state of being extrinsic
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Soul is the stage at which nature begins to lose its one-sided extrinsicality. It is the first turning point in the actualization of the concept of corporeal nature: "Spirit is the existent truth of matter, [namely] that matter itself has no truth." (62) Thus soul, the first concrete unity of spirit, consists of the simultaneous perception of diverse qualities (sensations) and the continuous experience (as Erlebnis) of a variety of changes.
(66) If time and space are dimensions of extrinsicality in general and if thinking exists only in extrinsic forms, then time and space are constitutive of thinking as much as of nature, of the natural soul, and of all other determinations of the Idea.
An elegant logic orders the initial categories of the biggest class, The Mind and Ideas: Existence, Nonexistence, Substantiality, Unsubstantiality, State, Circumstance, Intrinsicality, Extrinsicality, Accompaniment, Assemblage, Dispersion, Inclusion, Exclusion, Extraneousness, Relation, Unrelatedness, Correlation, Sameness, Contrariety, Difference, Uniformity, Nonuniformity, Multiformity, Similarity, Copy, Model, Dissimilarity.