ght to speak of "mechanical" memory, and of all manner of "mechanical" activities, such as reading, writing, and playing music, for example. As for memory specifically, we may note
ull and meaningless they are. Whether a thing is possible or impossible, depends altogether on the subject matter: that is, on the sum total of the elements in actuality, which, as it opens itself out
140）它又是单纯的内在物或抽象的反映；现实事物自己也因仅认作种单的可能现实事物果与单的可能于同等地位，则它便成为偶然的东西反过来说，能也就是单纯的偶然本。 141 The empty abstractions, by means of which the one identical
object is not rigid and without process; instead, its process consists in its proving itself to be that which is at the same time subjective, and this forms the advance to the Idea. Anyone who is not
ediated by a syllogism. Nowadays, we meet the various forms of the syllogism almost exclusively in the logic manuals, and acquaintance with them counts only as an empty piece of book learning, which i
lest and purest of the Knights of the Round Table. Because he is entirely free of sin, Galahad succeeded in finding the Holy Grail while many other knight of King Arthur failed.Galahad was the son ofther hand, it is false to speak of notions differing in kind. The notion, although concrete, is still as a notion essentially one, and the functions which it contains are not different kinds of it. Itences; since in that case we should soon perish of hunger, both bodily and mental. B．现象（Die Erscheinung §131 质必定表现出来本质的映现（Scheinen）于内是弃其而成为一种直接的过程。直接，就其为自反映
is the proximate truth of Being or immediacy. The immediate, instead of being, as we suppose, something independent, resting on its own self, is a mere show, and as such it is packed or summed up undmust also vindicate for mechanism the right and the significance of a universal logical category; and therefore we must not restrict it simply to that domain of nature from which it derives its name.
based upon the notion of it. (2) We add a remark upon the account of the origin and formation of notions which is usually given in the Logic of Understanding. It is not we who frame the notions. Thee reality of the relation are not in harmony. The notion of the whole is to contain parts: but if the whole is taken and made what its notion implies, i.e. if it is divided, it at once ceases to be a