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" Everything means, is understood, as a part of a greater whole — there is a constant interaction between meanings, all of which have the potential of conditioning others. "
Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race: The Cult of Mestizaje in Latin America - Page 20
by Marilyn Grace Miller - 2004 - 202 pages
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Women, Feminist Identity, and Society in the 1980's: Selected Papers

Myriam Daz-Diocaretz, Iris M. Zavala - Social Science - 1985 - 138 pages
...DIALOGISM "Dialogism is the characteristic epistemological mode of a world dominated by heteroglossia. Everything means, is understood, as part of a greater...of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it will do so and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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Transparent Simulacra: Spanish Fiction, 1902-1926

Robert C. Spires - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 178 pages
...explanation. The concept of dialogue is central to Bakhtin's thesis: "Everything means, is understood, as a part of a greater whole— there is a constant interaction...of which have the potential of conditioning others" (p. 426). In its largest sense, every literary work is in dialogue with all preceding and future texts,...
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Reorientations: Critical Theories and Pedagogies

Bruce Henricksen, Thas E. Morgan, Thais Morgan - Literary Criticism - 1990 - 275 pages
...translation of Bakhtin's The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays, offers this useful definition of "dialogism": "Everything means, is understood, as part of a greater...of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it will do so and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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Constitution and Curriculum: Hermeneutical Semiotics of Cases and ...

James Anthony Whitson - Law - 1991 - 307 pages
...words actually have meaning: Everything means, is understood, as a part of a greater whole — there is constant interaction between meanings, all of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it will do so and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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Curriculum for Utopia: Social Reconstructionism and Critical Pedagogy in the ...

William B. Stanley - Education - 1992 - 266 pages
...understanding of literacy. Everything means, is understood, as a part of a greater whole— there is constant interaction between meanings, all of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it will do so and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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Music in Renaissance Magic: Toward a Historiography of Others

Gary Tomlinson - History - 1994 - 307 pages
...Bakhtin dialogism is the characteristic epistemological mode of a world dominated by heteroglossia. Everything means, is understood, as part of a greater...of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it will do so and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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The Films of Alfred Hitchcock

David Sterritt - Performing Arts - 1993 - 165 pages
...principle of literary theorist MM Bakhtin, according to which "everything means, is understood, as a part of a greater whole - there is a constant interaction...meanings, all of which have the potential of conditioning others."7 Such a dynamic is clearly at work in Hitchcock's British films and continues to operate even...
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New Theatre Quarterly 34: Volume 9, Part 2

Clive Barker, Simon Trussler - Drama - 1993 - 96 pages
...[Heteroglossia , another Bakhtin neologism, suggests that meaning is primarily determined by context not text.] There is a constant interaction between meanings,...of which have the potential of conditioning others. What will affect the other, how it will do so, and in what degree is what is actually settled at the...
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The Shaping of Text: Style, Imagery, and Structure in French Literature ...

John Porter Houston, Emanuel J. Mickel - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 161 pages
...to order all meaning. "Dialogical" here is a Bakhtinian term defined as a state of language in which "there is a constant interaction between meanings, all of which have the potential of conditioning the others." 8 To read the arguments of La Plainte dialogically is to realize that arguments of consolation...
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An Other Tongue: Nation and Ethnicity in the Linguistic Borderlands

Alfred Arteaga - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 295 pages
...dialogism. Dialogism is the characteristic epistemological mode of a world dominated by heteroglossia. Everything means, is understood, as part of a greater...whole — there is a constant interaction between meaning, all of which have the potential of conditioning others. Which will affect the other, how it...
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