They are the yin and the yang of the whole film and they dance the dialectic to perfection.
He had five-year plans and seven-year plans by the bushel-full, and he never lost faith in the dialectic.
The historian Arnold Toynbee famously theorized that history proceeds by a special type of dialectic: challenge and response.
Islam is 1,400 years old; fascism entered the dialectic only with Benito Mussolini.
This matter is, in the Indian dialectic of beauty, nonnegotiable.
On the dialectic powers of Dupleix, see a favourable judgment in Hamilton's Discuss.
But after this he has no more to say; the answers which he makes are only elicited from him by the dialectic of Socrates.
Zeno of Velia or Elea in Lucania was the founder of dialectic.
Viewed subjectively, it is the process or science of dialectic.
We have met the value dumu or its dialectic equivalent umu, represented by U and MU (see on line 5).
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.