Dialectics

• (n.) That branch of logic which teaches the rules and modes of reasoning; the application of logical principles to discursive reasoning; the science or art of discriminating truth from error; logical discussion.
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Dialectics

Di`a·lec'tics noun [ Latin dialectica (sc. ars ), Greek ... (sc. ...): confer French dialectique .] That branch of logic which teaches the rules and modes of reasoning; the application of logical principles to discursive reasoning; the science or art of discriminating truth from err...
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Dialectics

Dialectics was the old name of logic, or the art of reasoning, but used in Kant's philosophy to mean the logic of appearance, or that logic which treats of inevitable tendencies towards error and illusion in the very nature of reason.
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dialectics

That branch of logic which teaches the rules and modes of reasoning; the application of logical principles to discursive reasoning; the science or art of discriminating truth from error; logical discussion. ... Dialectics was defined by Aristotle to be the method of arguing with probability on any given problem, and of defending a tenet without inc...
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dialectics

[n] - a rationale for dialectical materialism based on change through the conflict of opposing forces
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