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Ollman, B. (2003). Dance of the dialectic: Steps in marx’s method. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 
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Resource type: Book
ID no. (ISBN etc.): ISBN:0-252-07118-2
BibTeX citation key: Ollman2003a
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Categories: Marxisme, Philosophie
Keywords: abstraction, dialectique
Creators: Ollman
Publisher: University of Illinois Press (Urbana and Chicago)
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p.13, Chapter 1. The Meaning of Dialectics   With all the misinformation conveyed about dialectics, it may be useful to start by saying what it is not. Dialectics is not a rock-ribbed triad of thesis-antithesis-synthesis that serves an all-purpose explanation; nor does it provide a formula that enable us to prove or predict anything; nor is it the motor force of history. The dialectic, as such, explains nothing, proves nothing, predicts nothing, and causes nothing to happen. Rather, dialectics is a way of thinking that bring into focus the full range of changes and interactions that occur in the world. As part of this, it includes how to organize a reality viewed in this manner for purposes of study and how to present the results of what one finds to others, most of whom do not think dialectically.   Added by: Dominique Meeùs
Keywords:   dialectique Hegel loi de la dialectique méthode triade hégélienne
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