What is Change, What Does It Mean?July 1, 2021
It is dynamic change.
Aristotle used this term in the sense of passing from one to the other in two mutual situations. According to Aristotle, there are three types of change: passing from non-existence to existence (birth), passing from existence to non-existence (death), and passing from existence to existence (motion). The scholastics interpreted this movement with a mechanical understanding. According to them, the displacement itself does not change (the movement is only a change of location, there is no change in quality N.), a glass can be broken by throwing a stone, but they remain as stone and glass.
The term change or change is the concept of dialectical and historical materialism, which is a whole doctrine of motion and change. The phenomenon of ‘dialectical change’, which has been known since Heraclitus and passed through Hegel’s idealism, has gained its scientific meaning, it is the most general form of existence of all objects and events. Natural, social and conscious objects and phenomena are constantly changing through mutual interaction. Proportional equilibrium states that seem to be stagnant are also the product of this ongoing change. Immutability is possible only in intellectual abstractions. Proportional or relative equilibrium states can last for a very long time according to human measures, however, even if the constant change in their essence is ignored, their form and features will eventually change.