dialectics

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) eytişim
(isim) mantıklı düşünme sistemi
{i} mantıklı düşünme sistemi
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) diyalektik
dialectic, dialectics
diyalektik, diyalektik
dialectic
diyalektik

Hegel'le aynı şekilde, Panovsky'nin diyalektik kavramı tarihe önceden belirlenmiş bir rotayı izlettirir. - In the same way as Hegel, Panovsky's notion of the dialectic makes history follow a predetermined course.

dialectic
eytişim
regarding dialectics
diyalektiği ile ilgili
dialectic
{s} mantık
dialectic
mantıklı yorumlama
dialectic
mantıksal konuşmaları yürütme sanatı
negative dialectics
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) negatif diyalektik (adorno)
İngilizce - İngilizce
A systematic method of argument that attempts to resolve the contradictions in opposing views or ideas
plural form of dialectic
{n} logic, the art of good reasoning
the movement of thought or discussion within the metaxy
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
plural of dialectic
a rationale for dialectical materialism based on change through the conflict of opposing forces
semantic component that articulates the succession of intervals in textual time, such as states that are created in texts and the processes that unfold in texts
A logical process of arriving at the truth by putting in juxtaposition contrary propositions; a term often used in medieval philosophy and theology, and also in the writings of Hegel and Marx
A philosophical term applied to methods of debate or argumentation that seek to prove or disprove the truth of something by the rules of logic or the laws of reasoning
{i} logic; way of reasoning
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of or relating to or employing dialectic; "the dialectical method"
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a process involving a struggle of opposites
dialectic
People refer to the dialectic or dialectics of a situation when they are referring to the way in which two very different forces or factors work together, and the way in which their differences are resolved. the dialectics of class struggle and of socio-economic change
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The practice of examining ideas and beliefs using reason and logic It is often accomplished by question and answer
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The art of determining truth by assessing logical argument
dialectic
A structured debate comparing two conflicting courses of action
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{i} act of arriving at a conclusion by means of logical reasoning; logical discussion; art or science of discursive reasoning; logical contradiction used as a force to continue interaction between two opposing forces
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of or relating to or employing dialectic; "the dialectical method
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"good" philosophical dialogue and debate using the plainest most straightforward language possible so as to avoid any room for deception
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In philosophy, dialectics is a method of reasoning and reaching conclusions by considering theories and ideas together with ones that contradict them. a method of examining and discussing ideas in order to find the truth, in which two opposing ideas are compared in order to find a solution that includes them both (dialectica, from Greek% dialektos; DIALECT)
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{s} logical, rational, polemical
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Pertaining to dialectics; logical; argumental
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Greek: "discourse" Interpretation of change emphasizing the clash of opposing interests and the resulting struggle as the engine of social transformation Concept developed by Hegel to explain historical processes in terms of thesis, anti-thesis, and synthesis
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the Socratic method of discovering truth through questioning and debate, altered and developed by his Greek successors, and still a model of overwhelming importance in philosophy Kantian dialectic expressed reason's capacity to reach contradictory conclusions from apparently sound premises Hegel's dialectic drove the necessary unfolding and development of concepts in history Marx's dialectic explained the historical development of society through class conflict and the relations between the forces and relations of production and the base and superstructure
dialectic
A contradiction of ideas that serves as the determining factor in their interaction
dialectic
The process, particularly employed in Plato's dialogues, of discovering first principles, or underlying realities, through digging out, possibly through Socratic questioning of another, what is presupposed by our common sense beliefs about, and experience of, the world The Socratic, or negative, dialectic would be one practiced in the early dialogues where the demolition of wrong opinions is all that is desired; the Platonic dialectic proper would aim at also unearthing supersensory realities (Platonic universals) The Hegelian dialectic is a process through which mind (or reason) moves through history, acting and reacting, toward some final resolution; the Marxist dialectic sees this historical process as fundamentally economic, and material, in character
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Greek: dialektos = discourse, pertaining to, or of the nature of, logical argumentation proceeding by or as if by debate between conflicting points of view Process of a change that results from an interplay between opposite tendencies (from Macquarie Dictionary)
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Same as Dialectics
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Pertaining to a dialect or to dialects
dialectic
a contradiction of ideas that serves as the determining factor in their interaction; "this situation created the inner dialectic of American history"
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any formal system of reasoning that arrives at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments a contradiction of ideas that serves as the determining factor in their interaction; "this situation created the inner dialectic of American history"
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in general, the critical analysis of ideas to determine their meanings, implications, and assumptions; as used by Hegel, a method of reasoning used to synthesize contradictions
dialectic
In classical Greece, a process of discussion that is illustrated in Plato's dialogues was called dialectic It is a way of questioning and conversing and reasoning Kant referred to the "transcendental dialectic" as metaphysical reasoning that tried, without success (or possible success) to figure out what the truth was beyond our senses The German philosopher, Hegel, applied the term to a process of development in which one idea (the thesis) begets its opposite (the antithesis) and the two come together to form a synthesis Marx built on this Hegelian notion of dialectic in his version of dialectical materialism
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n The art or practice of arriving at the truth by disclosing the contradictions in an opponent's argument and overcoming them The Hegelian process of change whereby an ideational entity, a thesis, is transformed into its opposite, an antithesis, and preserved and fulfilled by it, the combination of the two being resolved in a higher form of truth, a synthesis
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a system that tries to figure out what the truth is by using logic Picture it as another discussion This time two people are using their reason and rational to come to the truth
dialectic
any formal system of reasoning that arrives at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments
dialectic
A method of philosophical inquiry that proceeds by means of a dialogue between the advocates of opposing positions, where thesis and counter-thesis, argument and counter-argument are continually leveled against one another until one position triumphs over its contenders
dialectic
"[T]he concept's moving principle, which alike engenders and dissolves the particularizations of the universal " Philosophy of Right § 31 Remark See the remainder of this remark for further explication
dialectics

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    [ "dI-&-'lek-tik ] (noun.) 14th century. From Ancient Greek διαλεκτική (dialektike, “the art of argument through interactive questioning and answering”), from διαλεκτικός (dialektikos, “competent debater”), from διαλέγομαι (dialegomai, “to participate in a dialogue”), from διά (dia, “inter, through”) + λέγειν (legein, “to speak”).

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