What is Dialectical Materialism?
asked by Myn Is Me
Marx's synthesis of Hegel's dialectics, proposes that every economic order grows to a state of maximum efficiency, while simultaneously developing internal contradictions and weaknesses that contribute to its systemic decay.
There is no efficiency if the basic tenets of the theory are flawed, to say that "every economic order grows to a state of maximum efficiency" is a misnomer which implies that the original tenets where right when they where in fact skewed and not efficient at all to begin with (imperfections fester and become more cancerous is the case in point)... To create an efficient system the variable must balance in an equation of inclusive character aspects that equate to some success value...
This Dialectical Materialism theory on economic progression misses the initial step that most theories miss, they do not say whether or not they are in a closed or open system of thought; but in most cases the thought system is closed and thus the variables are limited to the one's they care to expound on.
To theorize anything, the thing must be considered an open book, that can lead to other things and in so doing must conform to a singular dialectic, paradigm and standard-model that provided subsets of logic and justification...
Here is an example of an efficient dialectic, a paradigm formula economic-model:
(success) (value) = (wealth) (resource) X (prosperity)(distribution)(economics)
Then this is how economics improves, because these are the variables:
(economics) = (success) (value) / (wealth) (resource) (prosperity)(distribution)
The betterment or the demise of an economic system is based on its inclusive, selfless civility which provides the quality derived from its dialectic paradigm model; and this dialectic notion is true for all of existence experiences...