dialectician dialectician


  • (n) a logician skilled in dialectic


  1. An occupational hazard in the life of the Communist dialectician is the party line itself; he never knows when it will be changed without notice.
  2. On the other hand, he is no mere dialectician of theology: his plain fancy thinking is as closely welded to the problems of this world's politics as Walter Lippmann's.
  3. It is difficult for me to understand how a contemporary of the dialectician, Heraclitus of Ephesus, can still think in the static concepts of 19th-Century liberalism.
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