Dialectical Thinking

Dialectical thinking is dialogic, dynamic, and looser. It contains connections, follows certain patterns, and focuses on removing what constrains and limits us.

Dialectical thinking points the way to seeing what is not there (and yet could be there), sheds light on different aspects of a particular concept, and finds a way to overcome contradictions (through “illumination” and “remediation”).

It seeks to explore and expand how a person sees and understands reality by taking concepts and exploring what is missing or absent in terms of context, dynamics, and relationships (and hence how that concept might be transformed).

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