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One other illustration of this keen childish dialectic when face to face with the accuser deserves to be touched on.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
As in the later days of Greece, rhetoric and dialectic are the most powerful of the arts.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
In the Anglican doctorPage 119 it employs the dialectic and metaphysics of Aristotle.
COLLEGES IN AMERICAJOHN MARSHALL BARKER
The latter is a composition of the literary German with dialectic forms, and his rhythms are halting, his ideas one-sided.
He wrote extensively not only on medicine, but on philosophy, his writings taking throughout a more or less dialectic character.
He "feared no foe in shining armor," and rather courted than avoided a passage at arms dialectic.
The prophet, who has natural belief, teaches not by means of dialectic discussion.
The dialectic of the school proved stronger to preserve than the edge of the sword to destroy.
The party in power were avowedly expansionist; their retort was equally dialectic and vapid.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
But such a conception of the nature of dialectic variation does not correspond to the facts as we know them.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR

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