“Lenin, the great follower of Marx and Engels, said that man marches ahead to objective truth through his everyday practice, through the development of technique. “”Human thought”, said Lenin, “can give us, and does give us, ‘absolute truth’, which is composed of the sum total of relative truths. Every step in the development of science adds new grains to this sum total of absolute truth”. We have said that the philosophy of Marx and Engels is dialectical materialism. We have so far spoken about materialism. But from the above it is quite clear that according to the philosophy of Marx and Engels, the world is not something frozen, something final, unchangeable, but that is exists in continuous changes. This is exactly the meaning of dialectics. For dialectical philosophy, said Engels, “…nothing is final, absolute, sacred. It reveals the transitory character of everything and in everything; nothing can endure before it except the uninterrupted process of becoming and passing away, of endless ascendancy from the lower to the higher”. The great fundamental thought of dialectical materialism, said Engels, is “…that the world is not to be comprehended as a complex of ready-made ‘things’, but a complex of ‘processes’, in which the things apparently stable go through an uninterrupted change of coming into and passing out of being””  [M.J. Olgin, Life and Teachings of Friedrich Engels, (1820-1895)’, 1935]