International Association Hegel-Marx for Dialectical Thought
Societé internationale Hegel-Marx pour la pensée dialectique
Internationale Gesellschaft Hegel-Marx für Dialektisches Denken
Società Internazionale Hegel-Marx per il Pensiero Dialettico
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28 Nov 1981, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR), as International Association for the Study of Dialectical Philosophy -- Société internationale de philosophie dialectique -- Internationale Gesellschaft für Dialektische Philosophie -- Asociación Internacional de Filosofia Dialéctica -- Mezdunarodnoe Obscestvo Dialekticeskoj Filosofii. Also known as Societas Hegeliana. Present name adopted 6 Sep 2000.
Promote the study of dialectical philosophy, especially that of G W F Hegel and K Marx; further its development in cooperation with science; promote cooperative research between philosophy and science; develop critical analysis of society on the ground of Hegelian and Marxist tradition and carry out historical and theoretical research on this same tradition.Available with paid subscription only.
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