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  • r  in a dialectic manner
    his religiousness is dialectically related to his sinfulness

  • Because they had good British newsmen as models (Rudyard Kipling joined the Lahore Civil and Military Gazette in 1882), Indians grew up to be Grade A journalists, dialectically .
  • The main difficulty Westerners have with Zen, says Suzuki, is their habit of thinking dialecticallyeither-or.
  • For the Right Cause, Grossman's unfinished tome on the battle of Stalingrad, had been certified as dialectically sound by Moscow's literati.
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  • 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.
    April 28, 2014 - The Carletonian

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