This kind of knowledge can not be produced without the objective world and does not harm the world without reflecting it. At the same time, it relies on human's scientific activities. Without such activities, it can not reveal the essence of things and can not form an objective world The exact and systematic understanding. As Marx put it: "If the manifestations of things and the nature of things are directly united, all science becomes superfluous." Thus, this objective knowledge, as a result of human cognition, not only reflects the objective things The nature and duration, but also the process of scientific activity itself. In analyzing the labor process, Marx pointed out: "The process disappears into the product... What has been shown by the worker in terms of the gesture, now appears in the product as a static attribute, in the form of being." Read more.

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