This chapter discusses the different aspects of dialectics. Dialectics are opposing forces leading to change in a system. The two laws of dialectics are the law of unity of opposites and the law of noncontradiction. The law of unity of opposites states that the nature of everything involves internal opposition or contradiction. The law of noncontradiction states that two antithetical propositions cannot both be true and cannot exist at the same time and have the same meaning. The chapter further describes the relationship of dialectics with the system and gives an overview on how dialectics can be used in therapy.
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