(OPE-L) RE: logical order and historical order

From: gerald_a_levy (gerald_a_levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Sat Feb 14 2004 - 12:12:19 EST

Hi Andy:

> Hegel-inspired systematic dialectics in one way or another tends to
> suggest an identity or isomoprhism of thought and being, hence
> necessary relation between logic and object. This is captured in
> *dialectical* logic. Marx himself  obviously  thought Hegel himself
> positied an *idealist* identity.

So long as there is a necessary relation between logic and the object (in
this case, the CMP), i.e. so long as the object (a material reality) itself
has a logic which can be grasped through thought, then Hegel's idealist
world-view can not be used as a valid criticism of  systematic dialectics,

in solidarity, Jerry

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