Saturday, 18 October 2008

Hegelian dialectic explained simply for idiots :

Introduction : Why study Hegel?

[quoted words just in case i am accused of plagiarism just in case someone with a big nose who knows trips me up and laughs when i fall ]

"... the State 'has the supreme right against the individual, whose supreme duty is to be a member of the State... for the right of the world spirit is above all special priveleges.'"

-- Author/historian William Shirer, quoting Hegel in The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (1959)


"Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain..."

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) was a 19th century German philosopher and theologist who wrote the Science of Logic in 1812. For many historians, Hegel is "perhaps the greatest of the German idealist philosophers."

In 1847 the London Communist League (Marx and Engels, pictured left) used Hegel's theory of the dialectic to back up their economic theory of communism. Now, in the 21st century, Hegelian-Marxist thinking affects our entire social and political structure.

The Hegelian dialectic is the framework for guiding our thoughts and actions into conflicts that lead us to a predetermined solution. If we do not understand how the Hegelian dialectic shapes our perceptions of the world, then we do not know how we are helping to implement the vision for the future.

Hegel's dialectic is the tool which manipulates us into a frenzied circular pattern of thought and action. Every time we fight for or defend against an ideology we are playing a necessary role in Marx and Engels' grand design to advance humanity into a dictatorship of the proletariat. The synthetic Hegelian solution to all these conflicts can't be introduced unless we all take a side that will advance the agenda. The Marxist's global agenda is moving along at breakneck speed. The only way to stop land grabs, privacy invasions, expanded domestic police powers, insane wars against inanimate objects (and transient verbs), covert actions, and outright assaults on individual liberty, is to step outside the dialectic. Only then can we be released from the limitations of controlled and guided thought.

When we understand what motivated Hegel, we can see his influence on all of our destinies. Then we become real players in the very real game that has been going on for at least 224 years. Hegelian conflicts steer every political arena on the planet, from the United Nations to the major American political parties, all the way down to local school boards and community councils. Dialogues and consensus-building are primary tools of the dialectic, and terror and intimidation are also acceptable formats for obtaining the goal.

Calverton Private School has posted a great visual chart explaining the dialectic.

The ultimate Third Way agenda is world government. Once we get what's really going on, we can cut the strings and move our lives in original directions outside the confines of the dialectical madness. Focusing on Hegel's and Engel's ultimate agenda, and avoiding getting caught up in their impenetrable theories of social evolution, gives us the opportunity to think and act our way toward freedom, justice, and genuine liberty for all.

Today the dialectic is active in every political issue that encourages taking sides. We can see it in environmentalists instigating conflicts against private property owners, in democrats against republicans, in greens against libertarians, in communists against socialists, in neo-cons against traditional conservatives, in community activists against individuals, in pro-choice versus pro-life, in Christians against Muslims, in isolationists versus interventionists, in peace activists against war hawks.

No matter what the issue, the invisible dialectic aims to control both the conflict and the resolution of differences, and leads everyone involved into a new cycle of conflicts. We're definitely not in Kansas anymore.


  1. Very good analysis of Hegel here Peter - I actually didn't know a lot of this myself and I have lectured on this!! Take it easy!!


  2. Its more commonly known as problem - reaction - solution.

  3. Its more commonly known as problem - reaction - solution.

  4. Hi Peter - Yep the problem, reaction, solution is user friendly way of applying the hegelian dialect, but most people dress is up in fancy terms such as thesis, antithesis and synthesis. You are right, its application today is indeed profound and I agree that it will influence all of our destinies. The problem is, the world economy is very much in a flux between the thesis and the anti-thesis part (in my humble view), and how the "solution" bit will unfold will be interesting - I guess that it will reflect the interests of one dominant social order - what philosopher's would call "hegemony" ( a concept popularised by the famous Italian philospher Antonio Gramsci and nothing to actually do with Hegel himself).

  5. We both know what and who the dominant social order is i am sure.

    Globalists / Communitarians.

    Or to be more precise , the Club of Rome ,The Trilateral Commission , and the Council of Foreign Relations.

    Worldwide economic meltdown is definately a Hegelian Dialectic.

    If it wasnt then it wouldnt have happened.

    I am not an economist but i saw it coming a mile off.

    If it isnt a Hegelian Dialectic then there is a possibility that the Globalists are opportunists .

    It hardly matters as the endgame is the same either way.

    To give them the benefit of the doubt the results of those meetings havent been announced yet so wait and see.