dialectic


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Synonyms for dialectic

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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On the morning of September 3, 2009, Wade Meyercord, Chairman of the CMD Board of Directors and John Fichthorn, Managing Member of Dialectic Capital, verbally agreed to settle the proxy contest between CMD and Dialectic.
It aims at accounting for the many twists and turns of the stranger's speaking to young Socrates as illustrating the practice of dialectic for the young man, who, like Theatetus, has worked exclusively with the mathematical art of measurement but not the art of due measure.
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According to the essays compiled by Virginia Whatley Smith, the synthesis of this dialectic of interchange was the unique genre he forged upon the model of travel literature.
4) conflicts are resolved by reducing them to their roots through the procedures of dialectic, where encounter with the values and beliefs of others moves one to decision.
Trilling, in the hugely influential 1940 essay "Reality in America," asserted that culture, rather than some smoothly operating system, "is nothing if not a dialectic" and that great artists are "repositories of the dialectic of their times," balancing "the yes and no of the culture.
DIALECTIC AND ITS NOMINEES LACK THE EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE TO APPRECIATE AND CAPITALIZE ON THE OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD FOR CMD
The first chapter of the book, "Divisive Dialectic: Incarnational Failure and Parody," is divided into two sections, each identifying an important early stage in the development of Dante's incarnational dialectic.
The Boston Consulting Group does a very admirable job using the dialectic in describing modem management concepts that can profit from Clausewitz' theory.
Essay topics include strategies for planning more effectively, for creating a sense of community in the classroom, for encouraging student collaboration, for enhancing the learning environment through conflict and dialectic, for using technology productively, and for evaluating various aspects of the teaching-learning process.
Contrary Things: Exegesis, Dialectic, and the Poetics of Didacticism.
Irwin kept appearing in different outfits ("I'm gonna change costumes to underscore the comedy/elegance dialectic," he said), usually with big athletic shoes.
In so doing God stretched the dialectic to the breaking point of paradox: Divinity is most fully revealed in humanity, a humanity at its most vulnerable and impoverished.
Wood contends each position appears, often in a dialectic fashion, in all periods of biblical history.
Right now, though, I am inclined to see the combination of ideas in Canon 212, what she quotes and what she ignores, as witness to the dialectic that John Paul II, in Crossing the Threshold of Hope, acknowledges is essential to progress toward metahistorical truth.