Dialectical unity of self-contradictions

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Dialectical unity of self-contradictions is an ironic expression coined by Slovak author Ladislav Mňačko in his satirical novel "Comrade Münchhausen" where he, in a grotesque allegory, pointed at the demagogic aspects and lack of consistency in materialistic philosophies which illegitimately usurp the label of "scientific world view."[1]

References

  1. Ladislav Mňačko (1990 (First edition:1972)). Súdruh Münchhausen (Comrade Münchhausen) (in Slovak). Slovenský spisovateľ (First publisher: Index), 44, 149, 296. ISBN 80-220-0256-9. 

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