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By F. V. Konstantinov, Robert Daglish
The basics of Marxist Leninist Philosophy, F.V. Konstantinov, leader editor, Robert Daglish, translator, growth Publishers, Moscow, 1982, 480pp. Sections on historic Materialism, Dialectical Materialism, and feedback of up to date Bourgeois Philosophy and Sociology.
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These are philosophical questions, questions o f how we look upon the world, and the answers to them are to be found in the philosophy o f Marxism-Leninism. M arxist-Leninist philosophy regards social progress, th e changes occurring in m odem society from th e standpoint o f how th ey relate to th e em ancipation of m ankind from all oppression. One of its m ajor principles Ts^revolutionary hum anism , a doctrine th at states the case for the revolutionary transform ation o f the society in the interests o f th e free, all-round, harm onious developm ent o f the hum an person.
G. geographical) environm ent. The m echanistic and m etaphysical features of 17th- and 18thcentury m aterialism were criticised by the classical idealist philos ophers o f G erm any at the end o f the 18th and beginning o f th e 1 9 t h centuries, particularly by Hegel. Hegel’s dialectics was the 40 THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MARXIST-LENINIST PHILOSOPHY fullest th eo ry o f developm ent yet conceived, although it had been evolved from fallacious, idealistic positions. As Marx observed, “the m ystification which dialectic suffers in Hegel’s hands, b y no means prevents him from being the first to present its general form of w orking in a comprehensive and conscious m anner.
This m eans th a t in M arxist philosophy m aterialism and dialectics are n o t independent o f one another but com bine together to form an integrated doctrine, because reality itself is at the same tim e b o th m aterial and dialectical. T hus, the creation of the dialectical-materialist world o u tlo o k , th e conversion of m aterialism into dialectical m aterialism and the disclosure of the internal dialectics o f m aterial processes and their reflection in the process o f cognition were all part o f th e revolution in philosophy carried o u t by Marx and Engels.