Teorema, vol. 7 (1977) pp. 129-140
The expression "dialectical logic" encloses two terms whose junction results in something senseless. the criterion followed is founded in the starting from the "factum" of the dialectical logic. a manner to set more bounds to the field is to leave only two access ways to the same: (i) hegel; (ii) the marxism. "dialectical logic (i) constitutes an exposition of the dialectical logic in the hegelian tradition: (a) the hegelian method, the interpretation of the same and of the dialectics in general; (b) formalization of hegel's dialectics: trials to translate into variables and constants the "wissenschaft der logik" and the "phanomenologie des geistes".
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