dialectically dialectically


  • (adv) in a dialectic manner


  1. The main difficulty Westerners have with Zen, says Suzuki, is their habit of thinking dialecticallyeither-or.
  2. For the Right Cause, Grossman's unfinished tome on the battle of Stalingrad, had been certified as dialectically sound by Moscow's literati.
  3. History man's history was the record of dialectically competing classes whose motives were as simply biological as those found in Darwin.


  • Bob vs. Blob

    This week we celebrated the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare and so perhaps it’s appropriate to think a bit about theater. Of course, talking about comedy and tragedy as if they were fixed dialectically opposed entities is misleading.
    on April 28, 2014     Source: The Carletonian

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