It is the actualization of a potential from the less rational to the more rational.
Development occurs along a linear progression
Development is neither chaotic, nor random, and has direction
Development implies progression from fallacy to knowledge
In order to understand a certain form of consciousness, one must understand the material conditions in which it is produced
Certain forms of intellectual and spiritual life are merely compensations for an unsatisfactory life
In philosophy, understanding is not enough – there must be action and change
The human being is God coming to consciousness of himself through history
Physical properties (mass, height, size, etc.)
Interactions with other objects
Interactions with other human beings
By examining human physiology
By looking at individual psychology and the product of human labor
By observing human externalizations, such as art, laws and industrial products
By understanding individual interactions with other humans
The bourgeoisie- the class of owners including capitalists and landlords
The capitalists- the class of people that are wealthy and feel entitled
The proletariat- the class of non-owners who have not stood up to owners in the name of humanity
Landlords- the class of property owners who make money because they have money, not because they work
Viewing the whole of human philosophy and life in terms of the historical development of consciousness or material life and wellbeing.
Carefully assessing and engaging in a critique of the state of empirical and dogmatic metaphysics.
Refuting the Kantian notion of things in themselves separate from the phenomenal world.
Making a return to traditional faith-based religion and rejecting the capacities of our limited reason.
No, Marx critiques capitalism by showing that Hegel was mistaken in that products of labor are expressions of the producer.
No, Hegel believed that if a slave created an object through labor it was a product of the master.
Yes, both believed that products of labor never leads to self-recognition.
Yes, when something is created we put ourselves into the product and recognize ourselves. This point is how to critique capitalism.
Hegel was an idealist being influenced by things of the mind and spirit, Marx was a materialist, which all things affected him materially
Hegel was a materialist affected by things of material worth, and Marx was an idealist being influenced by things of the mind and spirit
Hegel and Marx believed in the same things
None of the above
There is a separation between the worker and the owner.
Greed leads to a consolidation of money which leads to more greed
The ownership of property and the concept of "mine"
Personal effort and work began to define who people were as individuals