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Weber is obliged to go beyond the domain of the double truth, the dualism of the objectivity of understanding and of moral feeling, to look beyond it for the formula of this singular situation. HE HAS NOWHERE GIVEN this formula. His methodological writings postdate his scientific applications. We must look in his historical works to see how he comes to terms with this object which adheres to the subject, how he forges a method out of this difficulty, and how he tries, by going beyond the past as spectacle, to understand the past itself by making it enter into our own lives.
Thus he makes truth work together with decision, knowledge with struggle. l1 Is this better than a compromise? Has he succeeded in uniting, except in his own person, the meanings of force and freedom? Is there any other way of satisfying them both except through alternation? When he wished to found a political party on these bases, Weber was so easily expelled and returned so quickly to his studies that it was thought that he did not adhere to these ideas too strongly, that he felt there was an insurmountable obstacle in them, and that a party which did not play according to the rules of the game would be a utopia.
It is Significant that Sartre now bases his defense of communist philosophy (Chapter 5) on the antinomies that the revolution eliminated, and in a relativist manner justifies communism as a completely voluntary effort to go beyond, to destroy and to recreate history, whereas Marx himself understood it also as the realization of history. In concluding our work, we try to bring this liquidation of the revolutionary dialectic to its conclusion. 2. Lukacs, Revai, Fogarasi, and Korsch. 1 / 'rhe Crisis of Understanding MAX WEBER'S FEELING toward freedom and truth was extremely exacting and distrustful.
Adventures of the Dialectic. (Northwestern University studies in phenomenology & existential philosophy) by Maurice Merleau-Ponty