Saadi is one of the five speakers of Persian culture and literature and one of the three prophets of Persian Poem and one of the most popular poets of the world. In his collected works, Saadi is interpreting some problem and factors, which in case of fulfillment, we will be having an utopia and a perfect man that all these characteristics such as tolerance, humility, virtue, introspection and moreover, attention to human kind and dialogue will be dominate. This article with articulating Saadi’s contradictions in the realm of theory and practice, analysis his approach towards dialogue and it’s elements. In my view, Saadi was not pro-dialogue in the sense of Aristotelian logic. The story of Saadi’s conflict with claimer is a obvious type of this. Though this conflict has elements of dialogue in itself, but it is only in the realm of description and expression, but not in the real life and practice. According to many evidences, Saadi was not a pro-dialogue poet. It is to be noted that it is not because of Saadi’s characteristics, but, the norms of classic societies of those days.