There are, however, many criticism of dialectics as a whole and Marx’s conclusions in specific, so exactly how inevitable it really is can still be a matter of protracted debate.
Thesis The Provisional Government was doomed by its inability to resolve the very pressures responsible for the collapse of tsarism, as seen by Russia’s continued involvement in WW1 and the illegitimacy of its power.
This “impossible and paradoxical situation”: as argued by Lynch, was therefore, its downfall in the face of the more powerful alternative of the Petrograd Soviet which provided the true promise of revolution as a body of the people and for the people.
Antithesis However, the promise of democratic change following the February Revolution gave an initial sense of credibility to the Provisional Government, as it “gave rise to a short-lived mood of national unity and optimism” (Smith).
So if you’re a materialist, one of the dialectics you are going to be really interested in is the contrast between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’.
How is it that some people have lots of material stuff and some people don’t?
– Facts on range of animal products we use and benefits from testing on animals Synthesis: People should eat meat if they choose, but it should be a small part of their diet and they should purchase meat from sources that use ethical and environmentally sustainable farming practices. We can avoid causing unnecessary suffering to animals both in food production and research using animal testing by choosing humane practices.
– Facts on laws on animal testing and practices such as free-range farming 2.
Meat-eating is healthy as long as it is a small part of our diet.
– Facts from research on diet recommendations from health experts go here 3.