Thus, Nothing cancels out Being, but it does so while preserving Being in its conceptual constitution; for to know Nothing is simultaneously to know Being.
To attempt it more clearly: once Being is determined as a concept in a moment of understanding, its one-sidedness leads it to push itself into its opposite.
We need not fall into the trap of seeing the world In the contemporary political landscape, racism seems to be an indefatigable issue.
I have noticed that those who advocate anti-racism, ironically, have a tendency to fight fire with fire—that is, racism with racism. It is not just a tactic used within political skirmishes.
There appears to be a deeper motivation intrinsic to the process of social change, a natural and inevitable inversion of former cultural ideology.
The third moment—Race determines who you are (Intersectionality = Individualism/ Universalism (each person is a matrix) and Collectivism/Particularism (each person is determined by birth status)) and you should be treated accordingly (Hierarchically with respect to matrix Equally with respect to determination by birth status).I have noticed that those who advocate anti-racism, ironically, have a tendency to fight fire with fire—that is, racism with racism.”et us begin with Hegel.Hegel is a famous German philosopher who wrote most of his works during the early part of the 19th century.Hegel never used the term himself, and almost all of his biographers have been eager to discredit it.The triad is usually described in the following way: thought to form part of an analysis of historical and philosophical progress called the Hegelian dialectic, the assumption is erroneous.The conclusion: people, according to intersectionality, should be treated hierarchically based on their individual characteristics but equally in terms of their birth status.In other words, we treat people as individuals with a matrix of identities, but those identities are all treated equally.First, there is the moment where Being is established as a stable concept.Once this occurs, the first moment passes into its opposite: the concept of Nothing. Content Header .feed_item_answer_user.js-wf-loaded . Assessment | Biopsychology | Comparative | Cognitive | Developmental | Language | Individual differences | Personality | Philosophy | Social | Methods | Statistics | Clinical | Educational | Industrial | Professional items | World psychology | Philosophy Index: Aesthetics · Epistemology · Ethics · Logic · Metaphysics · Consciousness · Philosophy of Language · Philosophy of Mind · Philosophy of Science · Social and Political philosophy · Philosophies · Philosophers · List of lists The triad thesis, antithesis, synthesis is often used to describe the thought of German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.