dialectics definition

  • noun:
    • Plural kind of dialectic.
    • A systematic way of debate that tries to fix the contradictions in opposing views or ideas.
    • That part of logic which shows the guidelines and modes of thinking; the use of reasonable concepts to discursive reasoning; the technology or art of discriminating truth from error; logical conversation.
    • Same as dialectic, 2.
    • a rationale for dialectical materialism predicated on change through dispute of opposing forces
    • Plural as a type of dialectic.
    • A systematic approach to argument that attempts to resolve the contradictions in opposing views or ideas.
    • That part of reasoning which shows the guidelines and settings of thinking; the effective use of reasonable maxims to discursive thinking; the research or art of discriminating truth from error; reasonable discussion.
    • just like dialectic, 2.
    • a rationale for dialectical materialism considering modification through dispute of opposing forces

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