Friday, April 1, 2011

Hegel Materialism

According to Hegal What ever is rational is real what ever is real is rational”. The Dialectics may be defined as “the theory of union of opposites”, the dialectical process consists of three process.
  1. Thesis: The thesis affirms a presentation.
  2. Antithesis: The anti thesis negates the proposition.
  3. Synthesis: This combines the truth of thesis and out thesis and brings it nearer to reality and further if it is subjected to analysis then it is also found to be defected and, the whole cycle of thesis, anti-thesis and synthesis starts all over again and it goes on until the absolute is confirmed. The human thought about reality has conflict and reconciliation. There are three laws of dialectical materialism
1.      The laws of transformation of quantity into quality: one according to which the quantitative changes give rise to revolutionary qualitative changes.
2.      The law of unity of opposites: According to which the unity of concrete reality is unity of opposites.
3.      The laws of negation, according to which one opposite negates another and which in turn is negated another and which in turn is negated by a higher level of historical development, that preserves something of both negated terms of process. 

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