Dialectics

   

Definition: Dialectics is a reasoning, thinking, debating and communication process by dialogue as a method of investigation, aimed at arriving at a conclusion (synthesis) through conflicting two or more (seemingly) opposing forces (thesis and anti-thesis) with eachother.
Also called Dialectic Inquiry.
Resembles the Devil's Advocate Approach, but D is a more balanced and harmonious approach.
See also Evaporating Cloud.


   

   

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