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Atlas Shrugged
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  • He is unable to think dialectically.
  • The secret of all their esoteric philosophies, of all their dialectics and super-senses, of their evasive eyes and snarling words, the secret for which they destroy civilization, language, industries and lives, the secret for which they pierce "their own eyes and eardrums, grind out their senses, blank out their minds, the purpose for which they dissolve the absolutes of reason, logic, matter, existence, reality-is to erect upon that plastic fog a single holy absolute: their Wish.

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  • Plato’s Socratic dialogues popularized the concept of dialectics.
  • Marx criticized Hegel’s dialectic as too idealist which lead to dialectic materialism.

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