Viewpoint of a duality

Viewpoints relative to a given duality are viewpoints that concerne a given duality A/Ā.

For example, one can place oneself under the angle of the Static/Dynamic duality. Or, one can place oneself according to the point of view of the Absolute/Relative duality.

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


Ambiguous images Bistable perception Conflict resolution Conflict resolution with matrices of concepts Conflict types relating to matrices of concepts Contextualism Dialectical contextualism Dialectical monism Dialectical monism in Aztec philosophy Dialectical monism in Heraclitus Dichotomic analysis Dichotomic analysis applied to paradox resolution Dualities Dual poles Instance of one-sidedness fallacy Matrices of concepts Maximization Minimization Bistable cognition Omission of the neutral One-sidedness bias One-sided viewpoint Philosophical paradox as conflict Polar contraries Principle of dialectical indifference Requalification into the other pole Reference class Reference class problem Reference class problem in philosophical paradoxes Reference class problem in the Doomsday argument Reference class problem in Hempel’s paradox Reference class problem in the surprise examination paradox System of taxa Viewpoint of a duality Viewpoint of a pole