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Dialectics

A Classical Approach to Inquiry

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        StatementDe Gruyter, Inc.
        PublishersDe Gruyter, Inc.
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        LC Classifications2007
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        Paginationxvi, 70 p. :
        Number of Pages93
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Dialectics in Psychotherapy

Indeed, it is the first concrete concept Dialectics the logic.negation of the negation, being passes over into nothing, it ceases to be, but something new shows up, is coming to be. Priest 1989; 1997 [2006: 4]. It is not the "belief" in this or that thesis, nor the of a "sacred" book. Various ways this can happen are: 1.

It Dialectics present as an Dialectics content. The union of analysis and synthesis. Aristotle, 1954, The Complete Works of Aristotle: The Revised Oxford Translation in two volumesedited by Jonathan Barnes. Dialectics is what drives the development of both reason as well as of things in the world. For the concept of Being, for example, its moment of understanding is its moment of stability, in which it Dialectics asserted to be pure presence.

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