From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue
Livingstone, L. 2017. From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue.
This paper explores the development of the modern mind from ancient Greece to the present day, aiming to show how a shift to rationally-devised ways of knowing has contributed to an inability for people in the modern West to see themselves in dynamic relation to, and in genuine dialogue with, each other.
|Keywords||Dialogue; Transformative Learning; Wholeness; Goethean Science|
|Conference||The role, nature and difficulties of dialogue in transformative learning|
Anderson, R., Baxter, L., & Cissna, K. (2003). Dialogue: Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies. SAGE publications.
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||28 Feb 2017|
|Online||24 Feb 2017|
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