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The dialogical imagination

Ole Pihl

The dialogical imagination

a phenomenological study of space, meaning, and identity

by Ole Pihl

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Published by Aalborg University Press in Aalborg, Denmark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phenomenology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesPhenomenological study of space, meaning, and identity, Space, meaning, and identity
    StatementOle Pihl, Andrew Armitage
    SeriesPlay your city -- 2
    ContributionsArmitage, Andy, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB829.5 .P525 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25282000M
    ISBN 108771120122
    ISBN 109788771120127
    LC Control Number2011513858
    OCLC/WorldCa779849874

    Overview The pioneering and hugely influential work of Mikhail Bakhtin has led scholars in recent decades to see all discourse and social life as inherently "dialogical." No speaker speaks alone, because our words are always partly shaped by our interactions with others, past and future. The dialogical imagination: the conversational aesthetic of conceptual art. Author. Corris, Michael. Date Type. Book chapter. Publisher. Rodopi Press. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. A critical study of the conversational aesthetic in Conceptual art, exemplified through projects of the s by the Art & Language group.

      ‘To be’ is ‘to be related’. Getting access to ‘self’ is a relational process. Dialogical Self Theory conceptualizes self in terms of a dynamic multiplicity of relatively autonomous I-positions in the (extended) landscape of the mind.. Core of Dialogical Self Theory and Social Constructionism are permanently changing relations, internally and externally. The book itself is short with only six chapters and just over one hundred pages, therefore, the review will address each chapter individually and its overall engagement with the purpose outlined above. Each chapter ends with the author’s suggestions for action which can help the reader new to dialogical pedagogy grasp dialogical strategies.

    The Dialogic Imagination Homework Help Questions. What does it mean when Bakhtin describes discourse as stratified? Speech-act theorists (Fish, Austin, . Whereas language is situated in the communicative zones between subjects, the imagination, according to a widespread prejudice concerning its freedom, is often treated as obscurely originating from the inner self. Instead of focusing on individual or "private" imaginations by means of introspection, the contributors to the volume inquire into the dialogical formations the imagination.


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