Quantity is sublated being-for-self. In continuity, magnitude immediately possesses the moment of discreteness-repulsion, as now a moment in quantity. Pure quantity has not as yet any limit or is not as yet quantum; and even in so far as it becomes quantum it is not bounded by limit but, on the contrary, consists precisely in not being bounded by limit, in having being-for-self within it as a sublated moment. The presence in it of discreteness as a moment can be expressed by saying that quantity is simply the omnipresent real possibility within itself of the one, but conversely that the one is no less absolutely continuous. The Kantian antinomies on closer inspection contain nothing more than the quite simple categorical assertion of each of the two opposed moments of a determination, each being taken on its own in isolation from the other. Quantity is discrete magnitude.