Consequences of a Dialectical Worldview
The essential characteristic of the dialectical method is that it considers historical and social phenomena in continuous movement. It explains the laws that govern economic and social structures, their corresponding superstructures and the historical development of humanity.
Applied to research, it states that all phenomena are governed by the laws of dialectics, that is to say that reality is not something immutable, but is subject to contradictions and to a perpetual evolution and development.
Therefore, it proposes that all phenomena be studied in their relations with others and in their state of continuous change, since nothing exists as an isolated object.
(Translated from Spanish).