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comm3210rdg#2-13 - DIALOGUE Silence which is communication...

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DIALOGUE Silence which is communication - Sound is not entirely necessary for a conversation - Silence is a form of communication through nonverbal behavior and subjective thoughts Opinions and the factual - Human dialogue distinctive by its life in: o The sign Sound and gesture - Can still exist without the sign in a less objectively comprehensible form - In its highest moments, dialogue is completed beyond its’ boundaries and contents; completed in a precise factual sense: A merging of: o The common human world o The concrete time sequence - EX1: two strangers passing each other on a busy street and exchange glances - - reveals to one another two dialogical natures - EX2: Situation between Jews and Christians – transformation into a bond between the Christian and the Jew; Dialogue fulfilled during the transformation – opinions were gone and the factual took place in a bodily way The realms - Three kinds of dialogue: o Genuine dialogue Can be spoken or silent Each participant really has in mind the other person’s presence and
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2009 for the course COMM 3210 taught by Professor Craig during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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comm3210rdg#2-13 - DIALOGUE Silence which is communication...

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