cubicalness


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cu·bi·cal

 (kyo͞o′bĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Cubic.
2. Of or relating to volume.

cu′bi·cal·ly adv.
cu′bi·cal·ness n.
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It is the subject's perception that distinguishes the whiteness from the tartness and from the cubicalness; and the subject will also accept responsibility for any distortion of the object brought about in this process.
So, we never perceive the substance, the unity, the "salt itself," as something beneath the whiteness, tartness, or cubicalness. Hegel concludes, as did Berkeley, that we can simply dispense with the substance.
The thing is whiteness, tartness, cubicalness; the oneness is produced by our perception, the unity of our consciousness, that holds it all together.