The concept of the world is considered here as a privileged means of understanding dialectics, understood as the 'logic of appearance' that causes true knowledge to slide towards illusion. It is this slippage that is investigated here in the light of the notion of series that underlies the cosmological idea. If the concept of the world is a privileged ground for dialectics, and if the notion of series is the constitutive schema of this concept, then the notion of series is itself a privileged ground for exploring dialectical pitfalls. What specifically results is the deceptive contiguity between the phenomenal series governed by the principle of causality and the logical series governed by the principle of sufficient reason.
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