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Dialectic Thinking

F. Scott Fitzgerald observed: “The mark of a developed intellect is that it can accommodate two contradictory ideas at the same time.” Surely he was speaking about dialectic thinking!

The dictionary describes dialectic thinking as juxtaposing contradictory ideas and seeking to resolve their conflicts. Think of bringing together opposites and overcoming what appear to be irreconcilable differences.


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