Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences, 2456-4761,Vol.: 5, Issue.: 1
Hegel's Eurocentric Triads of Dialectics and Its Transformation to Kelly's Planetary Paradigm
Z. G. Ma1* 1California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103, USA.
Z. G. Ma1*
1California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103, USA.
(1) David A. Kinnunen, Department of Kinesiology, California State University Fresno, USA.
(2) Jan-Erik Lane, Institute of Public Policy, Serbia.
(3) Takalani Samuel Mashau, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Management, School of Education, University of Venda, South Africa.
(1) Assalone, Eduardo Francisco, National University of Mar del Plata, Argentina.
(2) Mark Shugurov, Saratov State Law Academy, Russia.
(3) Wael Omran Aly, Cairo University, Egypt.
(4) Thiago Ranniery, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
(5) Solehah Yaacob, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia.
(6) I. Ebeh, John, Kogi State University, Nigeria.
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This article introduces Hegel's Eurocentric philosophy of dialectics in the 19th century and its transformation to Kelly’s planetary paradigm at the turn of the 20th-21st century. The new theory develops Hegel’s thesis—antitheses—synthesis to identity—difference—new-identity which is applicable for the entire human history, including the planetary era. The new triad generalizes Hegel’s mechanic view of nature by suggesting a dominant worldview which is featured by a series of tightening and converging dynamic fractal cycles.
Hegel; dialectic; planetary era; fractal cycle.
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