I have a Hegelian sentence pointing out to the fact knowledge and its object could not be different than each other. But the sentence is too long and complicated, and I cannot understand which one is the subordinate one and which one is not. Can you please help me with this?
That what has been said, namely that the consideration of knowledge is not different from the consideration of the nature of its object, must hold good without limitation is self-evident in this material especially, or better in it alone.
Furthermore, I cannot understand the expression of "holding good with" and the last part "better in it alone."