Now, we use to have patriarchal hegemony. Over the recorded history of man there have been many attempts by some men to obtain complete power over all other men. Elitist social justice enacted by sacrificing individual rights.
Hegel deals with a sequence of logical categories: The term "dialectical materialism" was coined by the 19th-century social theorist Joseph Dietzgen who used the theory to explain the nature of socialism and social development.
That's what globalization desires to do - produce a "synthesized border-less language" that can be used globally.
They solve a crisis, very often contrived - a common dissatisfaction, but always with a predetermined outcome. Rather it must be seen as its "qualitative definition". Meaning, you find what a diverse group of people has in common, usually through dissatisfaction over social issues, and begin a facilitated dialogue towards a predetermined outcome.
Young Hegelians such as Bakunin, Proudhon and Marx took up the cause in the "spirit of the times" to "destroy in order to build. It can conceive of these syntheses only within a moving, dialectical totalisation, which is nothing else but history or—from the strictly cultural point of view adopted here—'philosophy-becoming-the world'.
The most vexing and devastating Hegel legend is that everything is thought in "thesis, antithesis, and synthesis. First, by beginning to appreciate Hegel's unique philosophical ambition. Here we have concepts such as identity whose component parts, Universality and Particularity, are conceptually interrelated.
The reason why this subsumption takes place in a series of concepts is that Hegel's method in his Science of Logic and his Encyclopedia is to begin with basic concepts like "Being" and "Nothing" and to develop these through a long sequence of elaborations, including those already mentioned. There is at least one other respect in which what Hegel says about world history can be misunderstood.
Your final questions Did Hegel think this law or principle is solely responsible for changes in social paradigms and is also inescapable.
Which is a "synthesis" language. Marx believes that the resulting synthesis will be a new form of Communism that will lead to Socialism. To destroy our sovereignty and to weaken our borders, thereby allowing relationships to developed across national divides. I diverge from Nisbet's translation here.
Hegel's greatness is as indisputable as his obscurity. Our churches have been watered down. I do not think that Hegel sees the dialectic of freedom as explaining all social paradigms.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels proposed that Hegel's dialectic is too abstract: Our kids are being programmed; and our government now looks at people who support the American flag, and those people who are patriots, as the criminal. This may seem to contradict what has been said about the cunning of reason; for that suggests that the rational pattern of history is not recognized by individuals, who nevertheless, through their own selfish ends, carry it out.
It's the ends, which justify the means. The Hegelian dialectical formula: A (thesis) versus B (anti-thesis) equals C (synthesis). For example: If (A) my idea of freedom conflicts with (B) your idea of freedom then (C) neither of us can be free until everyone agrees to be a slave.
The Soviet Union was based on the Hegelian dialectic, as is all Marxist writing. In classical logic, this double negation ("A is not non-A") would simply reinstate the original thesis. The synthesis does not do this.
It has "overcome and preserved" (or sublated) the stages of the thesis and antithesis to emerge as a higher rational unity. Thesis, antithesis, synthesis, Marx says in Das Elend der Philosophie [The Poverty of Philosophy], is Hegel's purely logical formula for the movement of pure reason, and the whole system is engendered by this dialectical movement of thesis, antithesis, synthesis of all categories.
The phrase, Thesis -Antithesis -Synthesis, forms an important tenet of Marxism, and is said to have been developed by the German philosopher Hegel. Thesis stands for a proposition or theory that is widely believed in. Antithesis is a negation of refutation of this theory. Hegel's thesis was that the primary goal of persons is to acquire property, and the pursuit of property by all persons necessitates the antithesis of this goal, laws.
The association of persons and laws produces a synthesis, called ethos, that combines the freedom and interdependence of the people and creates a. Hegelian dialectic, usually presented in a threefold manner, was stated by Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus as comprising three dialectical stages of development: a thesis, giving rise to its reaction; an antithesis, which contradicts or negates the thesis; and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis.
In more simplistic terms, one .Hegelian law of thesis antithesis