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At the heart of Marxist dialectics is the idea of contradiction, with class struggle playing the central role in social and political life.
In practice, Marxist dialectics was frequently used as a tool of eristic and propaganda.
In Poland, according to Marxist dialectics, one should look at everything, money included, as a contradictory phenomenon.
His understanding of montage, thus, illustrates Marxist dialectics.
Eisenstein's theory of montage owed its "intellectual basis to Marxist dialectics".
This position rejected Marxist dialectics as foreign and denounced the equally alienating character of conventional politics, both right and left.
The Communist Party plenum that year officially redirected the country from Marxist dialectics to market economics.
History and Class Consciousness: Studies in Marxist Dialectics.
Class struggle is the central contradiction to be resolved by Marxist dialectics, because of its central role in the social and political lives of a society.
Such was the power of audacity of Marxist dialectics, which expressed the essence of the revolutionary doctrine and which Lenin had so brilliantly mastered.
In contradiction to Hegelian idealism, Karl Marx presented Dialectical materialism (Marxist dialectics):
He was interested in philosophy (not only Marxist dialectics) since he was a student (for instance, he was fond of the ideas of Fichte, Nietzsche, Avenarius).
In its dealings with its rivals, China is expected to utilize Marxist dialectics to mobilize communist loyalists, as well as flex its economic and military muscle to persuade other nations to do what it wants.
Cardinal Ratzinger once called the movement a "fusing of the Bible's view of history with Marxist dialectics," and other critics complain of what they see as its emphasis on direct collective action in Jesus' name over individual faith.
Soviet academics, notably Evald Ilyenkov and Zaid Orudzhev, continued pursuing unorthodox philosophic study of Marxist dialectics; likewise in the West, notably the philosopher Bertell Ollman at New York University.
As two old peasant women sweep snow from the steps of the Hall of the Soviets in the Kremlin, earnestly debating Marxist dialectics, two tired party chiefs inside the hall sip tea and discuss the passing of the old order.
Mr. Godard, recoiling from the Marxist dialectics of his earlier work, was well into his lyrical phase, and his films from the mid-1980's have a contemplative, pastoral quality that is, if not overtly religious, then certainly infused with a sense of spiritual inquiry.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels believed Hegel was "standing on his head," and endeavoured to put him back on his feet, ridding Hegel's logic of its orientation towards philosophical idealism, and conceiving what is now known as materialist or Marxist dialectics.
In the USSR, under Joseph Stalin, Marxist dialectics became "diamat" (short for dialectical materialism), a theory emphasizing the primacy of the material way of life, social "praxis," over all forms of social consciousness and the secondary, dependent character of the "ideal."