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any formal system of reasoning that arrives at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments

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a contradiction of ideas that serves as the determining factor in their interaction

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of or relating to or employing dialectic

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As Engels pointed out [14], the dialectical view of the infinite as discussed above, are necessary logical conclusions from the dialectical method of Hegel; but conclusions he himself never expressed so explicitly.
The dialectical method of Kalam is normally based on premises which have been accepted as true according to the opponent's position, although in themselves they might be false or incorrect.
And to top it all off, Clausewitz was a contemporary of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and was shaped by the same traditions of German Idealism and dialectical method, and a German writing style, that made Hegel, and a little later Karl Marx, notoriously opaque and difficult reading.
Kazachkova's dialectical method, requires hard, focused work on the part of the therapist.
Third, Burnett documents the increasing influence of the Peter Ramus's dialectical method upon education and homiletics in Basel during the late sixteenth century.
Since the 1950s, Benjamin has been widely hailed for his unique dialectical method of engaging the "now" (Jetzt), that revelatory moment when past and present fleetingly collide.
Only in their internal relations do these six moments constitute a workable and immensely valuable dialectical method.
Another example of how Jameson's dialectical method allows him to turn apparent dead ends into rich new directions of investigation lies in the inevitable acknowledgment that insisting that all utopias are historically situated leads to admitting that they are all constrained by that situation, and in that sense are always ideological.
According to the most persistent caricature, Hegel champions an abstract dialectical method that feigns to give a complete a priori "deduction" of reality by some mysterious application of a thesis-antithesis-synthesis form.
I reprint the paper here (albeit with some misgivings), partly because I believe the dialectical method to be wholly abominable when worked by concepts alone, and partly because the essay casts some positive light on the pluralist-empiricist point of view.
This reviewer especially valued Handel's sophisticated and nuanced treatment of Clausewitz's dialectical method, which sometimes is overlooked in other works.
This dialectical method fits the familiarity with fashion consciousness that pervades the paintings' imagery.
The fact is, as scholars like Kerferd have shown (The Sophistic Movement, 55-57), that in all essential respects - his interest in ethical definitions, his eristic dialectical method, his rationalist critique of traditional political and moral ideas - Socrates was part of, indeed at the very heart of, the Sophistic movement.