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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A discussion employed in investigating the truth of a thesis.
adjective: Relating to such a discussion.
From Greek dia- (between) + legein (to speak). Earliest documented use: 1382.
“‘We must first go back to the idea of the dialectic, Prof.’
‘Ah, yes, we ended in the middle, or should I say the muddle, of the dialectic last week, didn’t we? This is in fact the nature of the dialectic, always in motion, surging forward and racing.’”
Namwali Serpell; The Old Drift; Hogarth Press; 2019.
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