Abstract knowledge removes us from reality. It offers beliefs rather than objective knowledge. The highly abstract concepts always bear the nuance of a monotheistic religion. They are unobjectionable in their own frames. They are unbeatable on the unrepresentative grounds fabricated by them. Their general categories are above facts. Their dogmatism authorizes them while their symbolism mystifies the public. The simplification makes their principles persuasive while the ambiguity makes them all-embracing. The overgeneralizations appear universal, unquestionable and convincing. They are often worshiped as impalpable omnipresent gods. The abstract doctrines have a truly theological makeup.
Marx’s historical materialism, Freudian psychology and Einstein’s relativities have a philosophical and theological character. The invincible potential of production relations for directing history in Marxist ideology resembles the irresistible power of the sexual instincts to shape the mind in Freudian psychology as well as the fundamental ability of the omnipotent probability to determine reality in quantum physics. And the irrefutability of these cerebral concepts copies the supreme will of the invisible abstract almighty inhabiting Abrahamic religions.