Definition of dialectical
dialecticallyplay \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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This is one of many riddles that Ivan Krastev—a Bulgarian political scientist who casually wields the dialectical wit to which Slavoj Zizek so desperately pretends—solves in After Europe.
To our dialectical guide, this could go one of two ways.
As André Van Peteghem, Dumont cast Fabrice Luchini, whose dialectical extravagance and theatrical exuberance lend his character, a blithering sybaritic fop, the pathos of a physical infirmity matched by the physical comedy of the accident-prone.
Julie Orris, PsyD, specializes in dialectical behavior therapy and cognitive behavior therapy for adolescents and adults in Newport Beach.
A philosopher — Jacques Derrida, say, here seen crossing Houston Street a few years before his death — might wax eloquent on the dialectical interpenetration of presence and absence.
But Morgan’s never been one to let dialectical coherence get in the way of his sanctimony.
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