This paper discusses references to Oriental philosophy made by two papers that serve as background for the April 2009 seminar in the Nordic Network for the Study of the Dialogic Communication of Research. It argues that neither of them pursue the idea, that the Oriental perspective may supplement or indeed challenge conventional Western understandings of dialogue and participation. The paper briefly outlines the philosophical background drawn upon in the two articles and then elaborates on alternative notions of dialogue by means of participation.
|Udgiver||Nordic Network for the Study of the Dialogic Communication of Research|
|Status||Udgivet - 2009|
- dialogisk forskningskommunikation
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