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Reason in Revolt - Dialectical Philosophy and Modern Science Vol I (eBook)

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First exposed by Marx and Engels, Dialectical Materialism is a comprehensive methodology explaining the unity of the laws that govern nature, science and society, from evolution to chaos theory, nuclear physics to childhood development. Reason in Revolt further develops the theory, using the most important scientific discoveries of the 20th century as a tool. Reason in Rev ...more
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Achille M
Finally finished the last few pages I had put off because of exams.

I would recommend this work not just to people interested in the "dialectics of nature", but also to those looking to properly understand the dialectical method. IMO dialectics is not something you can just read about, but something you need to actively practice. By practice I don't mean political action, but 'practicing theory' e.g. actually thinking dialectically. The best way to do this is to read a dialectical work, like Capi
Making my way through this book and am finding it a poor scientific read in light of works by Jared Diamond, Brian Cox, Richard Dawkins, and Jerry Coyne. New Atheism works also do much to explain current scientific developments, history, etc. without brow-beating capitalism. The authors open up with threats against the Big Bang and The Standard Model? They continue to praise "prophecies" made my Marx/Engels but fail to register their philosophical shortcomings. Reason in Revolt is straddling a f ...more
Nasir Khan
excellent book.
A journey to the materialism dialectics perspective. Destructive but constructive at the same time. It destroy everything we know and we think of our world, religion, god. And construct an unusual perspective of the world, a new way to see what life really is. A second hand review of Engels' Dialectics of Nature and a philosophical platform of Marx's Das Capital.
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