What is a dialectic in the hegelian sense?

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What is a dialectic in the hegelian sense?

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A set of opposed terms or pairs within a dialogue (from Greek dialectikós, related to discussing), which are considered as necessary arguments based on logical reasoning: thesis, antithesis and synthesis.

•Every bird has wings and they can fly (thesis)

•Not all birds have wings or can fly (antithesis)

•Most birds have wings and can fly (synthesis)

It’s a rather silly example but it shows those two opposite ideas about the same topic in a discussion (dialectic)