The nemonik-accelerator is a cognitive method that increases the speed of your thinking by fostering agreement during disagreement, while fostering disagreement during agreement. This tool is based on Hegel’s dialectic. Frederich Hegel (1770-1831) was a German philosopher who introduced a dialectic describing the progress of knowledge. During the first stage, an opinion or thesis is challenged by a conflicting opinion or antithesis. This results in a mental conflict between the opponents. During the second stage, this conflict is resolved into an agreement between the opponents. This agreement is the synthesis between thesis and antithesis. The synthesis becomes the new thesis and the process repeats itself. Each new thesis provides an improvement over the previous one. Hence, the acquisition of knowledge is a infinite journey towards an elusive truth. You know more than yesterday, but you will know less than tomorrow. The belief that a thesis, antithesis, or synthesis is the final truth causes mental stagnation. Consequently, to maximize your progress, you need to find the next antithesis for each accepted thesis and to synthesize each thesis with its antithesis. Hence, the nemonik-accelerator. There is no rest for nemonik thinkers.