Absolute truth

Dialectic is crucial on the path to absolute truth in any matter. Rhetoric may cloud the whole truth in an external debate, but internal dialectic gives you a chance to respond using the exact same thought process that brought your “opponent” to his own conclusion.
Most matters are not right or wrong, but rather more right than the alternative. In the beginning, this is clouded from us, and we must use reasoning to expand our visibility of the issue. Now, it gets trick factoring in a person’s skill at argument. He or she may be able to advance the visible truth of thier argument more than thier opponent, and thereby seemingly proving that thier stance was correct. This may only reflect the ability of the debaters, and so should not be used as an absolute proof. Rather, the matter must be considerd to fruition separately by many, and then the combination of thier conclusions will better decide the issue.

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