Carly Fiorina Is No Daisy: Her Hegelian Dialectical Thinking Process Is Sinking Sand

Carly Fiorina is one of the umpteen Republican 2016 presidential hopefuls. She presents herself as an independent thinker and Conservative, but her thinking process is highly suspect and scarred.

Please note the mini-commentary by educator Mary Thompson. Note what the modern-day Nazi fascist propaganda mainstream media won’t tell you:

Moralmatters Reader, Mary Thompson relates:

Pic of Carly Fiorina whose academic education included a philosophy degree. Would you like this woman to be in the White House with her Helegian Dialectical think process? - Pic Source: "10 CEOs who prove liberal arts degrees aren't worthless:" -

Pic of Carly Fiorina whose academic education included a philosophy degree. Would you trust this woman in the White House with her immoral philosophical Helegian Dialectical thinking process? – Pic Source: “10 CEOs who prove liberal arts degrees aren’t worthless:” –

With the media chorus tuning up including left and right to elevate Carly Fiorina to the main stage among the GOP candidates, it is more important than ever to know about her history here in Silicon Valley. She lets it be known that she was the first woman to head a global corporate company as CEO of Hewlett-Packard. What she doesn’t say is that she created havoc here in Silicon Valley, laid off 30,000 employees, and was ultimately fired. Conservatives should also be reminded that she was on the transition team when Arnold Swarzenegger became governor and was part of John McCain’s campaign in the 2006 presidential election.

But worse than all of the above, while CEO of H-P she gave a speech in Aspen, CO, August 19, 2001 at a Progress Freedom Foundation Summit. In that speech she said she admired Georg Wilhelm Frederic Hegel, and that she used his Hegelian Dialectical Process every day in decision making. Most of the attendees and a young reporter were reported in San Jose Mercury News as not knowing who Hegel was, so she explained the process as most know it. Create a thesis (idea), oppose it with an antithesis (opposite idea), to arrive at a synthesis (combination of thesis and antithesis) new idea. The synthesis then becomes the next “thesis” to be opposed by an “antithesis” to arrive at yet another “synthesis”.

Pic Source: "Hegelian Dialectics for Dummies:" -

Pic Source: “Hegelian Dialectics for Dummies:” –

The Dialectical Process is one of sinking sand, in which no fixed principles can exist. Her speech in Aspen is still available with a google search. Karl Marx was influenced by Hegel.

I wrote about the whole matter in my article published by

Hegelian Dialectic On The Right –

The Helgeeeeeeeein Dialectial Thinking Process is highly flawed. It is not based upon abolutes. Note:

Republican presidential hopeful, Carly Fiorina’s Hegelian Dialectical thinking process is highly flawed and immoral. It is not based upon absolutes. Note:  Corrupt Government: Why?


<<<<<<<<<<< What does the term,“Conservative” define in the political spectrum? Not much anymore. Is there such a thing as a Hegelian “Right”? The appointment of Carly Fiorina to the American Conservative Union’s Educational arm may reveal an answer. Her appointment caught this writer’s attention when it was reported in San Jose Mercury News, 9/29/13.

American Conservative Union Chairman, Al Cardenas, waxed eloquent about Carly Fiorina’s “conservative philosophy” saying, “It’s one thing to be a conservative among friends; it’s quite another to be an unapologetic public conservative in California.”

That description of a public unapologetic conservative in California doesn’t fit the Fiorina known here in Silicon Valley. The record shows no evidence of Fiorina Republicanism being aligned with the conservative wing of the GOP.

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Related to the above:


Other Commentaries By Mary Thompson:


“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”

“When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?”

[Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel] 


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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel


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10 thoughts on “Carly Fiorina Is No Daisy: Her Hegelian Dialectical Thinking Process Is Sinking Sand

  1. Mona says:

    My colleagues and I worked in Information Technology (IT) for more than 30 years, starting in the late 1970s, and we are all quite familiar with the rise of Carly Fiorina.

    What most people don’t know is that there was a dearth of well-trained and qualified people back in the late 1970s, and IT gained a reputation as an industry that was hiring and training women. Back in those days, the objective for most employers was to hire minorities, and women of all nationalities were considered as “minority candidates.”

    Carly Fiorina joined AT&T as a management trainee in 1980, and she rose to become a senior vice president overseeing the company’s hardware and systems division.

    Ms. Fiorina was most likely one of many women who were specifically hired as a “minority candidate” to fill a particular minority slot in AT&T’s management trainee program. That was “the thing” back in those days, and I know because I was hired to work in brand name companies in similar positions simply because I was a woman with a college degree.

    No one could ever take Ms. Fiorina’s hard work from her, but make no mistake, she was definitely hired because she fit a profile of a required qualified “minority candidate.”

    1. Mona –

      So, you are saying that there is nothing really special about her, even though she might sound like she is “hitting” some “Conservative” notes? Even our current criminal White House ID forgery fraud sounded good to many Americans, seven years ago when he made an an apparent impressionable splash.

      1. Mona says:

        Like Donald Trump, Fiorina has been added to the pot to spice things up and to keep us believing in the system.

        1. Mona –

          I would not doubt, that what you say, is exactly the reality.

  2. Robert says:

    In one of her lie-filled autobiographies, Hillary Clinton made particular note of how she always happened to be the “First Woman” to do a number of things. As an example, she was the “First Woman” to be named partner at the Rose Law Firm in Arkansas. She has used the “First Woman” theme for almost every so-called accomplishment in her life. She used the phrase “First Woman” so often that she just started using the initials “FW” to denote that she was the “First Woman” to accomplish real certain achievements.

    Being an up-and-coming woman of accomplishment and power was a valuable currency back in the era when Hillary came of age. She was led to believe that she was some kind of wonderful because she had reached so many high places as the “First Woman.” She never discusses the fact that she reached those places – and received all the accolades – because she was married to a powerful politician named Bill Clinton who was the Attorney General, and later the Governor, in Arkansas. After her politically powerful Husband became the President of the United States, she was (again) elevated by his accomplishments – not her own.

    Now that Hillary has laid the ground work for everyone to accept and embrace the idea that this country needs the “First Woman” President, she wants us to ask ourselves who is better qualified to fill that role but the trail blazer (Hillary), who has been the “FW” in many important arenas all throughout her life.

    Now we have Carly Fiorina. She is a relatively new pretender to the throne, also trying to ride in on the “First Woman” band wagon. She has done more honest work than Hillary to get where she is today, but this idea that we need to anoint the “First Woman” President of the United States is just wrong.

    This country needs a real leader who can solve problems on the national and international levels. We don’t need a Narcissist who is looking to pin the tag “FW” on herself so as to raise her own profile.

    The idea that we need to fill the office of the President of the United States with a member of a specific minority group in order to accommodate the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) rules is wrong.

    1. Robert –

      Yes. I agree with you. And, that does not make us sexist!

  3. Tom says:

    Even after cancer and all those cosmetic procedures, Carly Fiorina is far better-looking than Hill Dog.

    1. Tom –

      It doesn’t take much, to look better than the Benghazi butcher.

  4. Alec says:

    Nathan, we can’t be reminded too often of what the Hegelian dialectic is and how it is used to destroy the foundations of everything “we thought we knew”.

    “Sinking sand” is a good metaphor. The use of Hegelian thought strategies on Americans leaves us mentally and morally eroded, only vaguely remembering that things weren’t always this way.

    At root Hegelian philosophy seeks to destroy absolute right and wrong. Truth. Justice. The American Way. All are impossible in a world defined by leaders who consciously use the Hegelian dialectic.

    And they are using it.

    1. Alec –

      Thank you for your thoughtful and spot-on comment! Yes, right and wrong fall by the wayside with this confused and diabolical thinking process!

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