an interpretive method, originally used to relate specific entities or events to the absolute idea, in which an assertable proposition (thesis) is necessarily opposed by its apparent contradiction (antithesis), and both reconciled on a higher level of truth by a third proposition (synthesis). being employed: pitting people of differing religious convictions against each other for the destruction of monotheistic religion as a precursor to scientific utopianism seems to be working out almost inexorably.
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Adorno and Horkheimer do a good job of identifying this in the when discussing the Marquis De Sade in the "Juliette: Englightenment and Morality" section.
In some ways, Sade is the purest expression of freedom, a freedom which included causing harm and injury to others for one's one personal gratification.
Chalybus' book was published in 1843, but I don't know and can't find out what month it was published, and that's an issue because Marx leaves for Paris in October of that year.
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assuming that he did get the thesis, antithesis, synthesis thing from Chalybus, does anyone kno of any other occasions where he uses it (other than the poverty of philosophy), or where anyone else (Engels, for example) enshrines it as dogma?
When we expose the dialectical narrative as such, it no longer can pose as "objective truth" and is brought down to the reality, hence looses power of authority.
Reality is not dialectical, but we learned it precisely by using dialectics, and then thanks to Hegel transcending this way of organising the world.
Marx’s basic dialectic (one of four) saw history separating from and returning to Communism, going from communal ownership poverty (primitive communism, or gens) to private ownership wealth (slavery, feudalism, capitalism) to communal ownership wealth (final communism).
Tillich’s basic dialectic (one of many) separates from and returns to God, advancing from Yes to God Yes to supernaturalism (theism) to No to God No to supernaturalism (atheism) to Yes to God No to supernaturalism (humanism: humanity is the nonsupernatural “God above the God of theism”).