Dialectics of nature

Jim Jaszewski jjazz at freenet.hamilton.on.ca
Tue Aug 8 20:11:24 MDT 1995

On Tue, 8 Aug 1995, Juan Inigo wrote:

> Hasn't Lisa ever thought about the possibility that subatomic particles are
> not the elementary components of matter, but the ideal representations
> (through their relations of measure) of some specific determinations of
> matter in which this one develops its simplest necessity, historically
> determined by the image of society as formed by mutually independent
> individuals inherent in commodity-production? Idealistically inverted and
> all, dialectics allowed Hegel to do it almost 200 years ago.

	A truly excellent point.

	I always get incensed myself, when I see the `solar system' model
of the atom still being foisted on the unwary -- but then, they ARE pretty
`discrete' objects, aren't they?


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