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Word of the Day for May 21
dialectic (noun)

The art of examining ideas logically; logical argumentation.

German philosopher Georg Hegel's preferred method of logic was the dialectic: the method was based on the notion that an idea or event (the thesis) brings about its opposite (the antithesis). Ultimately there is a reconciliation of these opposites (the synthesis).

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