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dialectic

noun /ˌdaiəˈlektik/ /ˌdaiəˈlektiks/
(philosophy) a method of discovering the truth of ideas by means of discussion and the comparison of opposing ideas.
Dialecto
(formal) the way in which two different ideas or forces co-exist or affect each other.
Dialéctica
dialectical adjective
Dialectical
Translations of “dialectic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 辯證法…
in Chinese (Simplified) 辩证法…
(Definition of dialectic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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