§ 197 The immediate determination of nature is the abstract generality of its
§ 198 The three dimensions are merely diverse and quite indeterminate.
§ 199 The relation of the point to space is the line, and the line passes over into the plane.
§ 200 Negativity, thus posited for itself is time.鈥榶鈥檙
§ 201 Time, as the negative unity of being outside of itself, is just as thoroughly abstract, ideal鈥榶鈥檙
§ 202 The dimensions of time, the present, future, and past, are only that which is becoming and鈥榶鈥檙
§ 203 Space and time constitute the idea in and for itself, with space the real or immediately鈥榶鈥檙
objective side and time the purely subjective side.鈥榶鈥檙