As Hegel puts it, the result of the dialectical process
Neoorthodoxy, influential 20th-century Protestant theological movement in Europe and America, known in Europe as crisis theology and dialectical theology.
Aristotle often contrasts dialectical arguments with demonstrations.
Demonstrations and dialectical arguments are both forms of valid argument, for Aristotle.
Together, Hegel believes, these characteristics make his dialectical method genuinely scientific.
Praxis is dialectical in the Hegelian sense that it surpasses and subsumes its other, the practico-inert.
Diodorus was a pioneering logician, and the most celebrated member of the Dialectical School of the 4th–3rd c.
Minimally, however, all reasoning—whether scientific or dialectical—must respect the canons of logic and inference.
The dialectical syllogism therefore provided a logical basis for moral decisions and served as a tool for moral theology.
Our sources agree that Arcesilaus' dialectical method constituted the core of his philosophical activity (see e.g., Diogenes Laertius 4.28).
According to Johnson, all genuine arguments are dialectical and all arguers are obligated to discharge dialectical obligations.
Albert (Logica, I, 4, 2, 278) speaks with respect to the dialectical syllogism about premises which are always or most often (in pluribus) true.
Dialectical refutation cannot of itself establish any proposition (except perhaps the proposition that some set of propositions is inconsistent).
On the other hand Diodorus’s Dialectical school was Socratic in its affiliation (see the entry on Dialectical School in this encyclopedia, section 1).
In the tradition of the Kyoto School, Tanabe’s role has often been seen, justly or unjustly, as more of a dialectical counterpoint than an independent alternative to Nishida.
Within informal logic, the dialectical aspects of argument are manifest in the notion that arguers have “dialectical obligations” which are an essential component of proper argument (see Johnson 2000).
The correspondence with dialectical method is straightforward: rhetorical speeches, like dialectical arguments, seek to persuade others to accept certain conclusions on the basis of premises they already accept.
If Sartre's first and best known ethics corresponds to the ontology of Being and Nothingness, his second, “dialectical” ethics builds on the philosophy of history developed in the Critique of Dialectical Reason.
In his later period, the place of absolute nothingness is accordingly reconceived much more dynamically as the “self-determination of the dialectical world,” a world which continually moves according to the principle of “from created to creating.”
Dialectical treatments of argumentation typically spell out the “dialectical obligations” of discussants: that one should address the issue at hand, should respond to relevant challenges, meet the specified burden of proof, and so on.
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