I should not anticipate difficulty in showing that this doctrine is, dialectically, a mass of inconsistencies.
dialectically, the distinction is interesting and seems harmless.
The word logically (λογικῶς) means the same as dialectically (διαλεκτικῶς).
Their languages are said to differ somewhat, but only dialectically.
It was a pity that Mr. Balfour had not a stronger indictment to answer, for he was dialectically at his best.
dialectically he was on this occasion more than a match for Chase and Seward.
His strategy was characteristic of his cause, but he was dialectically within his rights.
The dialectically irresistible was the true (κατάληψις); thus was man to succeed “irrefutabile aperire secretum.”
1580s, earlier dialatik (late 14c.), from Old French dialectique (12c.), from Latin dialectica, from Greek dialektike (techne) "(art of) philosophical discussion or discourse," fem. of dialektikos "of conversation, discourse," from dialektos "discourse, conversation" (see dialect). Originally synonymous with logic; in modern philosophy refined by Kant, then by Hegel, who made it mean "process of resolving or merging contradictions in character." Related: Dialectics.