How they were always put off with promises, and defeated in dialectics and the game of wits.
To us there seems to be no residuum of this long piece of dialectics.
Yosef, who did not love declamation, had still fallen into the dialectics of unhappiness.
His real defect is that he is inferior to Socrates in dialectics.
It taught the three arts, Latin grammar, rhetoric and dialectics, known as the trivium.
Why have dialectics, when there were no quarrels and no differences of opinion?
Having discovered and achieved these principles, dialectics puts their consequences in order.
It is no longer a question of dialectics, theories, and dreams.
These were called Ideas; and ideas are the basis of his system, or rather the subject-matter of dialectics.
What is called with Kant dialectics is in reality resignation.
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.