QuestionsCategory: Learning and TeachingWhat is the difference between dualistic and relativistic thinking?
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Following are the main differences between dualistic and relativistic thinking:

  1. Dualistic thinking is a very rigid, fixed, and unchangeable way of looking at things. On the other hand, relativistic thinking is a more flexible, open, and changeable way of looking at things.
  2. Dualistic thinking is the belief that everything in the universe is divided into two categories: good and evil. On the other hand, relativistic thinking is the belief that nothing in the universe is divided into two categories: good and evil.
  3. Dualistic thinking is the belief that there is only one truth and it is right or wrong. On the other hand, relativistic thinking is the belief that there are many truths and they are all right or wrong.
  4. Dualistic thinking is the belief that man can achieve perfection, whereas relativistic thinking is the belief that man can never achieve perfection.
  5. Dualistic thinking is the belief that one person is better than another. On the other hand, relativistic thinking is the belief that no one is better than anyone else.
  6. Dualistic thinking is the belief that there are two sides to every situation: good and bad. On the other hand, relativistic thinking is the belief that there are many sides to every situation: good and bad. 

 



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