Review of Metaphysics 12 (4):589 - 601 (1959)

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The subsequent history of philosophy can be profitably viewed as the history of dialectic. The most didactic presentation must present, if only implicitly, the views against which it contends. No author is completely non-dialectical; the question is, "How dialectical is he?"
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