There is nothing, nothing in heaven, or in nature or in mind or anywhere else which does not equally contain both immediacy and mediation.
The very fact that something is determined as a limitation implies that the limitation is already transcended.
The richer in relationships thoughts become, the more confused and meaningless becomes their representation in such forms as numbers.
Reason is negative and dialectical, because it resolves the determinations of the understanding into nothing.
People who are too fastidious towards the finite, never reach actuality, but lie idle in abstraction, till their light gradually dies away.