@Ding an Sich,
When Hegel uses a tautology does he signify it with qua? For example Notion qua Notion.
Im an idiot dont even listen to me. Qua means 'as' and has nothing to do with tautologies. Shouldve known this already, especially since I read Aristotle and Kant *smacks forehead*.
I am sorry, but I really don't understand...
Would you give some example and maybe extend your question statement?
Or, you mean that you call off this thread?
(btw, indeed Hegel and tautology are 2 words one does not see often in the same statement),