On the Identity of Opposites

Contemporary Chinese Thought 3 (2):130-146 (1971)
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Abstract

According to Marxist dialectics, the struggle of opposites is unconditional and absolute, while the identity of opposites is conditional and relative. The identity and struggle of the two contradictory aspects in the development of a thing constitute the kernel of materialist dialectics — the basic contents of the law of the unity of opposites. We hold that the unity of opposites is the universal law and that this law is applicable to all realms and naturally comprises the two inseparable aspects — the struggle and identity of opposites.

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