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On the verge of the 1917 October revolution, Lenin reads and elaborates on the Hegel's Science of Logic, as if he were attempting to outline, from it, specific effects. Theoretical effects, because human activity is never uncoupled from the logic objective, through which the real matter unfolds and to whom each individual indissolubly belongs. Practical effects, because if Hegelian philosophy is good for the Church, for the bourgeoisie, for the capital, by changing the order of some of its factors it may as well turn out good for guiding the practical-cognitive development of an urgent proletarian revolution.
Keywords Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich: Wissenschaft der Logik   Rezeption  Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹič  Marxism-Leninism
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