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THE NEW SCIENCES AND THEIR METAPHORICAL IMAGERY
THE QUANTUMHOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE
THE CHAOTIC UNIVERSE
THE NEOEVOLUTIONARY SELFORGANIZING UNIVERSE
A SYNTHESIS OF UNIVERSES THE EMERGING SCIENCE OF HOLISM
ELEMENTS OF A NEW PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
REASON OBJECTIVISM AND EMPIRICAL LAWS
SIMPLICITY LINEARITY AND PREDICTABILITY
DETERMINISM AND FREEDOM
SUBJECTIVISM AND CHOICE
SOCIOBIOLOGY AND THE NATURENURTURE DEBATE
THE NEW PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
MARXISM AND DIALECTICAL THEORY
POLITICS ECONOMICS AND DEMOCRACY
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Page 32 - It is impossible completely to understand Marx's Capital, and especially its first chapter, without having thoroughly studied and understood the whole of Hegel's Logic. Consequently, half a century later none of the Marxists understood Marx!
Page 34 - Marxist materialist philosophy holds that matter, nature, being, is an objective reality existing outside and independent of our mind; that matter is primary, since it is the source bf sensations, ideas, mind, and that mind is secondary, derivative, since it is a reflection of matter, a reflection of being; that thought is a product of matter which in its development has reached a high degree of perfection, namely, of the brain, and the brain is the organ of thought...