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Scott Blakemore

dialogic. 183 If this perspective of truth is understood, dialogue is much more possible. Even though religious groups may act toward each other in tolerance and cordiality, there is a deeper relationship that remains untapped due to the differences between groups. 184 At the beginning of interfaith

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Scott Blakemore

dialogic. 183 If this perspective of truth is understood, dialogue is much more possible. Even though religious groups may act toward each other in tolerance and cordiality, there is a deeper relationship that remains untapped due to the differences between groups. 184 At the beginning of interfaith

Gordan Varelija

Beliebigkeit. Somit bleibt für einen bildenden Unterricht die Orientierung am Gegenstand. Um die Gegenstandsorientierung im Unterricht in pädagogisches Handeln zu überführen, braucht es den Dialog. Durch den Dialog mit dem Lehrer kann der Schüler zum Denken angeregt werden, kann seine Argumente prüfen, zur

Hermeneutics, Life and Dialogue

A Sketch of a Buberian Dialogue with the Past

Anton Froeyman

past in this new, more radical way. Buber: Living Dialogically As we have seen, hermeneutics traditionally perceives dialogue as a form of understanding each other’s points of view. Although this is definitely a part of dialogue, I have argued that dialogue also has a number of other aspects

Some Dialogue Not Yet Happened

A Response to Michael A. Peters, “100 Years of Dewey in China, 1919–1921: A Reassessment”

Huajun Zhang

’s visit to China, I would suggest that Liang’s comments on Dewey’s Democracy and Education actually initiated a deep dialogue between these two thinkers. We could not know whether Dewey read or heard about Liang’s comments, but Dewey’s development of his thoughts on experience in his later works, mainly

James Puglisi

268 Ecclesiology A Catholic View of Methodist–Catholic Dialogue 269 Ecclesiology 2.3 (2006) 269–283 DOI: 10.1177/1744136606063367 © 2006 SAGE Publications (London, Thousand Oaks CA and New Delhi) http://ECC.sagepub.com A Catholic View of Methodist–Catholic Dialogue JAMES F. PUGLISI ABSTRACT The

Martin Ovens

emphasis on dialogical enquiry implies the possibility that we might gain insight into these problems, and how they relate to each other, by viewing them through the lens of philosophical dialogue. 5 Perhaps this approach has the potential to render the unnavigable intelligible: dialogue may offer the

Hans-Herbert Kögler

. The Normative Core of Interpretive Dialogue Gadamer articulates the normatively adequate type of intersubjective understanding in terms of the concept of openness. The idea of a situated and engaged responsiveness to the other’s claim to truth is couched as an dialogical ethos of openness such

Hans Joas

Who initiated the dialogical or intersubjectivist turn in the history of philosophy and social theory? If one posed this question to contemporary social theorists, I think only a small minority would answer “Martin Buber.” A few certainly would. Let me mention three distinguished figures, two of

Wolfgang Haede

Professor of Islamic Theology Şinasi Gündüz. 13 However, even they come to similar conclusions concerning the political intentions of missionaries. 14 Successful Dialogue Having said this Süleyman Turan’s book Missiology. Science of Christian Mission with its Historical, Theoretical and Practical