The Hegelian Dialectic

The Hegelian dialectic is a form of psychological manipulation. It’s a philosophical argumentation consist of 3 dialectics to change a person’s point of view, without them even knowing it.

The Hegelian dialectic uses thesis (problem), anti- thesis (reaction) and syn- thesis (solution). Create the problem, incite the reaction  and then present the solution. A syn-thesis is established through the process of causing friction between 2 contradictory views.  Syn-thesis is  syncretism. Syncretism is a  integration  of two extreme perspectives.

Therefore, people could be inclined to agree with a view that they would not have accepted at first, knowing the possible ramifications.

 

 

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