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Definition of: dialectic

(dī′ə·lektik) adjective
1. Formerly, dialectal.
2. Pertaining to dialectics; logical; argumentative. Also dia·lec′ti·cal.
noun

1. Usually plural The art or practice of examining logically, as by a method of question and answer.
2. A specific mode of argument. [<OF dialectique <L dialectica <Gk. dialektika (technē) (art) of discourse <dialektos. See DIALECT.]

Most often used phrases:

hegelian dialectic
dialectic society
dialectic process
master slave dialectic
hegel s dialectic
dialectic method
grammar dialectic
dialectic relationship
dialectic materialism
transcendental dialectic
rhetoric dialectic
historical dialectic
university dialectic
thematic dialectic
dialectic approach

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