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Levins, R., & Lewontin, R. C. (1985).
The dialectical biologist
. Harvard: Harvard University Press.
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Dialectical materialism is not, and never has been, a programmatic method for the solution of particular physical problems. Rather, dialectical analysis provides us with an overview and a set of warning signs against particular forms of dogmatism and narrowness of thought. It tells us: “Remember that history may leave an important trace”; “Remember that being and becoming are dual aspects of nature”; “Remember that conditions change and that the conditions necessary to the initiation of some processes may be destroyed by the process itself”; “Remember to pay attention to real objects in space and time and not lose them utterly in idealised abstractions”; “Remember that qualitative effects of context and interaction may be lost when phenomena are isolated”, and above all else, “Remember that all the other caveats are only reminders and warning signs whose application to different circumstances of the real world is contingent”.
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