-- Forwarded message --Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2000 09:41:03 +1000From: Centre For the Contemporary Pacific [EMAIL PROTECTED]To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: Fiji Up-date Dear Readers,The School of Law at the University of the South Pacific, Emalus Campus,Vanuatu would like to
"Charles Brown" [EMAIL PROTECTED] 12/20/98 11:20AM Rob, I probably talked too long on this thread. You probably are tired of it. Anyway, you seem to say we are saying the same thing. I certainly cheer your rigorous democracy. I just don't want you to think we Leninists are not with you
Rob Schaap [EMAIL PROTECTED] 12/20 12:04 PM G'day Chas, I'll be glad to yield to your suggestion. I cannot say that I yield on the substantive point, though ,as I said in my post, I have great respect for James F's opinion. I wasn't suggesting you stop talking about this, _
Andy Austin had asked: What does it mean to say something is not fully dialectical? Does that mean that it only meets one or two of the three laws of dialectics, such as unity and contradiction of opposites, but does not meet one or both of the other two criteria (quantity into quality and the
Andy, I just came across the below. Interjections below. Another dialectical concept is sublation or supersecession or to preserve and overcome ( a contradiction ). Marx, Engels and Lenin use this from Hegel too. It occurs as a variation of some of the more elementary concepts of dialectics.