Hegelian Dialectic


by a2tha3
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a2tha3
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Feb18-08, 03:58 PM
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I have just recently looked into the concept of Hegelian Dialectic, but I do not fully grasp any way to apply. Can someone who has a full understanding of it possibly break it down to simpler terms? I get A + B = C (Where C IS the opposite of A and B) I think

So if "my idea of freedom" conflicts "your idea of freedom" then none of us can be free until we are all slaves

I got to go due to the fact im not supposed to be on the computers at school

please respond
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yougene
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Feb18-08, 05:58 PM
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I can't say I have a full grasp of Hegel. Anybody that does has my respect though.
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Feb21-08, 11:58 PM
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Should dialectics even be in the philosophical thread? If not, someone tell me where the proper place to post this is.

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Feb22-08, 04:15 AM
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Hegelian Dialectic


I think this is a good place to ask. I'd like to see other answers.
My understanding is A and B are complementary opposites and partial aspects of them = C, a new reality.


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