[OPE-L:8249] Re: "immanent measure" in Hegel and Marx

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@msn.com)
Date: Mon Dec 30 2002 - 12:43:31 EST

Re [8246]:

> I was excited to get this but then it turns out I can only find one fairly
> meaningless reference to immanent measure on the page before ch 1. H also
> warns that his stuff on measure is very difficult! It is!

Hi Chris:

Also see the following  sections in Chapter 2 ("Real Measure") in Section
3 ("Measure")  Book One ("The Doctrine of Being"):

*   In Section A. ("The Relation of Self-Subsistent Measures"), Sub-
Section (a) ("The Combination of Two Measures", especially first
paragraph (pp. 349-350 in Miller translation ([Humanities Press]).

* Sub-Section (b) ("Measure as a Series of Measure Relations"),
also in Section A, especially first paragraph (1), (Ibid, pp. 351-

In solidarity, Jerry

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