CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Heteroglossia, Mantra, Soil Horizon

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Dialogue Dissemination/Debate
Monolog: one direction; Dialogue: two ways.
Soates dialogue ith Meo ia 4 BCE
[A] a aot searh either for hat he kos or for hat he does ot ko[.] He aot searh
for what he knows since he knows it, there Is no need to search nor for what he does not know,
for he does ot ko hat to look for.
Soates asks Meos slae ho to doule the aea of a    suae
o First, the slave says double the length of the side [wrong].
o Next, the slave says add another half to the length of the side [wrong].
o Finally, Socrates asks a series of questions to get the slave to agree that the solution is a
square with a side equal to the diameter of the original square.
Martin Buber (German Philosopher, 1878 1965)
I ad Thou
o In German: Ich-Du [I-Thou] vs. Ich-Es [I-You]
Or: (Du/you, as a person) vs. (Es/you, as an object)
I-Thou → the ideal way for dialogue
I-You → oologue, the mode of debate, and often of dissemination
Carl Rogers (American Psychologist, 1902 1987) Client-centred (person-centred) psychotherapy
Reflective listening: listener repeats what the speaker said, and makes assertive statements.
[So, hat I hea ou saig is…]
Passive listening: listener and speaker take turns making assertive statements and arguments.
[Yes, ut…]
Active listening: listener paraphrases, clarifies, and interprets what the speake is saig. [You
feel/eliee/thik that…]
Power, control, and individual choice are privileged through the everyday communication of politics,
therapy, and commerce.
Oes hose ode of listeig efletie, passive, or active) is instrumental.
In the last quarter of the 19th Century, physicists and chemists were in conflict over the nature of light.
Some had experimental evidence that light is a wave.
Some had experimental evidence that light is a particle.
The conflict was resolved with a though experiment.
Alet Eisteis  – 1955) thought experiment
Active listening
Looking at both perspectives (wave & particle)
Relativity: Relative motion from different frames of reference.
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