Dualities

Dualities are pair of neutral concepts which come in pairs, such as each of the two concepts is the opposite of the other.

We can denote a given duality by A/Ā, A and Ā begin the two opposite concepts, which are termed dual poles.

Examples of dualities include: Internal/External, Quantitative/Qualitative, Visible/Invisible, Absolute/Relative Abstract/Concrete, Static/Dynamic, Diachronic/Synchronic, Single/Multiple, Extension/Restriction, Aesthetic/Practical, Precise/Vague, Finite/Infinite, Single/Compound, Individual/Collective, Analytical/Synthetic, Implicit/Explicit, Voluntary/Involuntary

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