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15-5-1999 9:00 AM

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17-5-1999 5:00 PM

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Today, dialogism has become a commonplace in argumentation analysis. Bakhtin distinguishes two kinds of humanitarian methodology--monologism and dialogism. Monologism is connected with the nature of subject-object and object-object epistemological an d ontological relationships. Analysing monologism, Bakhtin had come to distinguish between two kinds of dialectics--monological dialectics and dialogical dialectics. Bakhtin thought that it was possible to form not only various kinds of dialectics but a lso dialogisms; for example, the synchronic or interactive dialogism of Dostoyevsky and the diachronic or dialectical dialogism of Bakhtin himself.

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Bakhtin's dialogism and argumentation perspectives

Today, dialogism has become a commonplace in argumentation analysis. Bakhtin distinguishes two kinds of humanitarian methodology--monologism and dialogism. Monologism is connected with the nature of subject-object and object-object epistemological an d ontological relationships. Analysing monologism, Bakhtin had come to distinguish between two kinds of dialectics--monological dialectics and dialogical dialectics. Bakhtin thought that it was possible to form not only various kinds of dialectics but a lso dialogisms; for example, the synchronic or interactive dialogism of Dostoyevsky and the diachronic or dialectical dialogism of Bakhtin himself.