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Dialectic resembles debate , but the concept excludes subjective elements such as emotional appeal and the modern pejorative sense of rhetoric. Dialectic is alternatively known as minor logic , as opposed to major logic or critique. Within Hegelianism , the word dialectic has the specialised meaning of a contradiction between ideas that serves as the determining factor in their relationship. Dialectical materialism , a theory or set of theories produced mainly by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels , adapted the Hegelian dialectic into arguments regarding traditional materialism.
This is the most advanced programme of graduate studies in Economics at Cambridge. Upon its completion, candidates are awarded a PhD degree for producing a thesis of high-quality, original, and publishable research over a period of three years. A good number of our PhD students receive full or partial funding for their studies, from a variety of funding bodies, such as the ESRC and the Gates Foundation. Our PhD students receive high quality training on a variety of research methods and are exposed to cutting edge research conducted by our own Faculty members, as well visitors to the Faculty via the Cambridge-INET Institute , seminars, PhD workshops, locally organised conferences, etc. Faculty members can supervise a wide range of topics from six broadly defined research areas: microeconomic theory, macroeconomics, econometrics, applied microeconomics, economic history and alternative approaches to economics.