[Marxism] O, Dialectics!
leninology at hotmail.com
Fri May 13 00:31:10 MDT 2005
>It is the notion that there can exist anything unchanging in a universe
>(ours) where anything at all is changing that is illogical nonsense. Our
>universe is structured in at least four (three spatial and one temporal)
>dimensions. The most minimal change involves change of position
>in at least one of these dimensions (up-down, forward-backward,
>left-right, younger-older). If the position of any object changes,
>then the position relative to it of absolutely every other object is
>changed correspondingly (if you move further from me then I have
>changed by becoming further from you). The essence of the dialectical
>view of the universe is the interdependence of everything within it.
I have already provided real examples of things that are not in perpetual
change in the universe, so what more do you want? You seem to think that by
re-asserting diamat shibboleths you can defeat the facts and while that may
convince hardline DM adherents it isn't likely to persuade anyone else. I
repeat, we ought to drop a priori reasoning.
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