From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue

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Livingstone, L. 2017. From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue.
AuthorsLivingstone, L.
TypeConference paper
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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.

KeywordsDialogue; Transformative Learning; Wholeness; Goethean Science
Year2017
ConferenceThe role, nature and difficulties of dialogue in transformative learning
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Deposited28 Feb 2017
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Page range419-428
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