Rejoinder to Sciabarra

Critical Review 12 (3):301-303 (1998)
Abstract Chris Sciabarra's discussion of the dialectic and its uses in modern social science is most welcome. However, his account of Hegel, and his, and Ayn Rand's, vision of an ideal society, are groundlessly antistatist
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