Dialectical materialism is a collection of concepts, hypotheses, and beliefs advanced by Karl Marx. He made predictions about potential political and economic solutions to France's problems in it. It was a reaction to what he believed to be injustice, social injustice, and economic wrongs that were swiftly becoming the norm in his society. The Marxist dialectic emphasized the importance of actual circumstances in relation to class, labor, and socioeconomic connections. The Hegelian dialectic, on the other hand, promotes the idea that contradictions in natural phenomena can be resolved by analyzing them and synthesizing a solution while maintaining their fundamental qualities. Marx considered that the only approach to deal with the problems caused by the aforementioned conflicting phenomena was to address and reorganize the social organization systems at the root of the problems. In light of this, the purpose of this research project is to evaluate Marx's theory of dialectical materialism and then demonstrate how, if properly embraced in society; it may contribute to the development of a nation. In spite of communism's failure in practice, this study will ultimately come to the conclusion that it still contains important ideas and ideals necessary for contemporary nations to develop.