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It’s dialog time!

Oct 31st, 2013 | By

The first regular edition of Dialogical Humanities brings together contributions which are closely linked to our central aim: the establishment of dialogical humanities and social sciences, which take as their starting point the semantic and emblematic interaction between spaces, times and groups, rather than the characteristics of objects. One side of this interaction is always formed by the position from which is being viewed – so that we are always simultaneously involved (this is, in any case, inevitable) and at the same time have the distance of an observer. Such distance is possible despite all claims to the contrary …


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