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The passage is translated in Marginal Modernity by Lisi, p.73-4 from Frank's Einführung in die frühromantische Ästhetik, p. 242-3. I do not have access to Frank's book to track the original citation. Both Schelling and Hegel came to the idea by reflecting on Fichte's (supposedly) "bad infinity" of self's constant oscillation between the finite and ...


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The issue is not time but whether the mathematical series which models the sequence is convergent or divergent. In the case of Zeno's arrow paradox, in which he argues that the arrow never gets there, the distance travelled at each step is one half of the previous distance. Given that the total distance is x and the initial step is x/2, this gives rise to ...


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