Knowledge Cultures - Learning in the Age of Digital Reason: Reinventing Dialogue

Dialogue takes three main forms: a conversation or other form of discourse between two or more individuals; a literary form, where the presentation resembles a conversation, or a dramatic or literary presentation referring to the verbal parts of the script or text and the verbalizations (dialogue) of the actors or characters; and, in addition, a pedagogical form of question and answer between master and pupil or disciple, as in the classical texts.