Definition of dialogism
2 : a disjunctive conclusion inferred from a single premise (as in “gravitation may act without contact; therefore, either some force may act without contact or gravitation is not a force”)
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Origin and Etymology of dialogism
Late Latin dialogismos, from Greek, from dialogos + -ismos -ism
First Known Use: 1574
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