Hegel stated that there is not absolute truth, and intelligence evolves with humans. We can not suggest one school of thought is correct and another conflicting thought is wrong without evaluating them in the context and historical setting they have been generated. The best thing that can happen to any “thesis” is a strong and energetic “antithesis”. When these two thoughts collide, whichever or whatever that is strong and true in its purest sense embedded in these opposing theses survive and merge, forming the new and improved intelligence, the “synthesis”.
While the above thinking seems obvious enough in theory, in the heat of discussions, it is very difficult for any side to take step back and instead of trying to disprove the other’s point, take the time and effort to understand what is true about the opposing thinking. If we can give the synthesis philosophy a chance in our many debates and conflicts in daily life, if we can first seek the truth in our fellow human being’s point of view, perhaps we can not only advance the collective level of thinking as a whole, but also go through this life a bit wiser and happier.
Just a suggestion.