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Dialogismo e sincretismo: (re)definições

José Gatti
2016 Bakhtiniana: Revista de Estudos do Discurso  
Such directions are not implicit by the essential nature of dialoguethey are instead a product of the reading of this dialogue.  ...  This conception of the openness of signs and discourses is quite close to Bakhtin's theories on the transformational power of dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.1590/2176-457324843 fatcat:h63s3z4ycjcz5px62s77gyt66a

The Synthetic and Syncretic Nature of Human Culture

Luca Tateo, Giuseppina Marsico
2018 Human Arenas  
The construction of generalized knowledge about human culture can be developed only through a pluralistic, polyphonic, syncretic, innovative, passionate and collective contribution.  ...  Acknowledgements We want to finally acknowledge the generous people who have made possible the starting of this journey.  ...  We found the wonderful Lilith Dorko looking for "out of the box" ideas on behalf of the publisher.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42087-018-0004-z fatcat:d2bvxhw225gljfi445oib53nyu

Pluralism With Syncretism: A Perspective From Latin American Religious Diversity

Marciano Adilio Spica
2018 Open Theology  
After that, I will defend an understanding of religiosity that takes syncretism as something natural, given the functioning of our systems of practices and beliefs in general.  ...  Finally I will defend the advantages of a pluralistic philosophical perspective of religion that considers the phenomenon of syncretism and how it is necessary for an understanding of Latin American religiosity  ...  In the first place, it does not take syncretism as something anomalous, but natural.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opth-2018-0017 fatcat:vmi34ewwana5tnsi636ybu5qpi

Is Transreligious Theology Unavoidable in Interreligious Theology and Dialogue?

Hans Gustafson
2016 Open Theology  
These prefixes are then applied to the terms "dialogue" (transreligious dialogue) and "theology" (transreligious theology).  ...  In particular, transreligious theology is set apart by a) taking seriously the fluid and porous borders of religion and religious identities, and b) its requirement of generating something novel beyond  ...  change and transformation through dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opth-2016-0020 fatcat:hdklghfmj5eshemou54b653tza

Mexi-futurism. The transitorial path between tradition and innovation

Roberto Iñiguez Flores, Ruth Maribel León Morán, David Sanchez Ruano
2020 Strategic Design Research Journal  
MEXICAN DESIGN IDENTITY: SYNCRETISM AND THE HISTORIC DIALOGUE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL MODELS AND LOCAL PRODUCTION.  ...  Doi: 10.4013/sdrj.2019.122.08 transformation.  ...  • Between the individual and the collective expertise: the three cases presented show how the practices and processes include many actors in order to be successful and the integration of many knowledges  ... 
doi:10.4013/sdrj.2019.122.08 fatcat:6ix5hhzqmnctbac76fuidrfczy

Evaluation of Latin American Thought of Communication Beginnings, Key Moments and Current Situation

Gustavo Adolfo León Duarte, Diana Elizabeth Moreno Carrillo
2015 International Journal of Linguistics & Communication  
The researcher, from the early 80s and even today, would become the main foundation for understanding the transformations of the field.  ...  the production and reproduction of knowledge about communication.  ...  It is the ethical and epistemological syncretism implicit in their research practices, which can transform the same concerns of yesteryear in native studies cosmopolitan awards.  ... 
doi:10.15640/ijlc.v3n2a7 fatcat:bz7vnccwcffbxjmlrndm23qgre

Post-Biological Agency in Real-Time Mixed Reality Data Transfer [chapter]

Julian Stadon
2011 Augmented Reality - Some Emerging Application Areas  
(beyond natural vision) through the microscope.  ...  Instead, intuitive interaction creates opportunity for true knowledge production; an instance of power that puissance indicates for Deleuze.  ...  Augmented Reality -Some Emerging Application Areas Augmented Reality (AR) is a natural development from virtual reality (VR), which was developed several decades earlier.  ... 
doi:10.5772/26920 fatcat:fpubizbuezgdpjz6rgxbx547hq

Learning from Brazilian Indigenous Peoples: Towards a Decolonial Education

Reinaldo Matias Fleuri, Lilian Jurkevicz Fleuri
2017 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education  
This political transformation of educational praxis involves changes in the modern-colonial matrix of power and knowledge.  ...  Deconstructing racism and the myth of universality is necessary for recognizing epistemic rationalities developed by indigenous communities, in order for us to establish with them critical dialogue and  ...  Acknowledgments This paper is a result of the research project "Intercultural and ecological challenges for scientific and technological education" sponsored by CNPq (National Council for Scientific and  ... 
doi:10.1017/jie.2017.28 fatcat:vxjkoqp22zadrhjmp6x5sqmnta

The Religious Quest As Transformative Journey: Interspiritual Religious Belonging And The Problem Of Religious Depth

Rory McEntee
2017 Open Theology  
In doing so I develop the concept of the religious quest as transformative journey, allowing for a more capacious understanding of religious consciousness.  ...  It is my hope that the Theology Without Walls project can provide academic space for the latter.  ...  available, it seems only natural that over time religious approaches would emerge which syncretize various interpretive schemes and therapeutic regimes.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opth-2017-0048 fatcat:jst3hpmhu5b4pf2zxqkcyxc4aq

Commonsense and Named Entity Aware Knowledge Grounded Dialogue Generation [article]

Deeksha Varshney, Akshara Prabhakar, Asif Ekbal
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Grounding dialogue on external knowledge and interpreting linguistic patterns in dialogue history context, such as ellipsis, anaphora, and co-references is critical for dialogue comprehension and generation  ...  In this paper, we present a novel open-domain dialogue generation model which effectively utilizes the large-scale commonsense and named entity based knowledge in addition to the unstructured topic-specific  ...  Acknowledgement Asif Ekbal acknowledges the Young Faculty Research Fellowship (YFRF), supported by Visvesvaraya Ph.D. scheme for Electronics and IT, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (  ... 
arXiv:2205.13928v1 fatcat:bkfbegunhvfyhh4uob5to4dbsy

Sociocultural-Interdeterminist Dialogical Perspective of Intercultural Mutual Understanding Comprehension Deepening

Vladimir Yanchuk
2014 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
For understanding of the nature of progress in culture and science the theoretical construct "cultural-scientific tradition" is offered, allowing to trace changes in common cultural and scientific worldview  ...  For example, a change in a situational context leads to changes both in the person, and in his or her activity.  ...  The general object for all psychological paradigms coordinates systems is the person in its interaction with social and natural environment, namely interrelation of internal world inaccessible for direct  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2014.28025 fatcat:ybfty2zygjghfjoeppjxrlu2ou

Discovery of the Cold World on the Earth and in the Universe: from Ancient Natural Philosophy to Cryosophy

Vladimir Melnikov, Roman Fedorov
2020 Filosofiâ i Kosmologiâ  
, as well as information logistic methods that generate knowledge about knowledge.  ...  Volume 24, 2020 49 syncretic science, cryosophy is a kind of integrator, which attracts different fields of knowledge related to the cold world and builds a framework for its ontology.  ...  , as well as information logistic methods that generate knowledge about knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.29202/phil-cosm/24/7 fatcat:hpre37t25nbe3faqyyh4luhms4

Genetic syncretism: Latin American forensics and global indigenous organizing

Lindsay A. Smith, Vivette García-Deister
2021 BioSocieties  
AbstractIn the 1970s, Latin America became a global laboratory for military interventions, the cultivation of terror, and ideological and economic transformation.  ...  We offer the concept of 'genetic syncretism' to attend to spaces where multiple and competing beliefs about genetics, justice, and Indigenous identity are worked out through (1) coming together in care  ...  The extent and complexity of disappearance in Mexico, argue Robledo and Hernández, calls for the construction of 'dialogues of knowledge' that cut across disciplines and overcome obsolete forms of engagement  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41292-021-00263-3 fatcat:zk44q2snibdhpefch5mnmf3pvy

Exotheology: Speculations on Extraterrestrial Life [chapter]

2017 Science, Theology, and Ethics  
Examining the expanding frontier of genetic research, Ted Peters draws out implications for theological understandings of human nature and human freedom.  ...  The dialogue model of relationship between science and religion, proposed in this book, provides a common ground for the disparate voices among theologians, scientists, and world religions.  ...  Our friends at the Foundation provided us with the academic freedom to think and plan for ourselves while providing support for a larger task that we share.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315243665-15 fatcat:qdeoz5ycivgolgz2kvqjstqzba

Snow White in different guises: Interlingual and intercultural exchanges between grandparents and young children at home in East London

Eve Gregory, Tahera Arju, John Jessel, Charmian Kenner, Mahera Ruby
2007 Journal of Early Childhood Literacy  
The data not only reveal the multiple worlds inhabited by the grandchild during story-reading but also the syncretism of these worlds on a number of levels.  ...  She constantly interacts with nature in that the animals help her to tidy the house and she has a dialogue with the birds.  ...  Not only, therefore, do they hand knowledge down across generations, but they blend traditional practices, language and knowledge with the new skills in English that their grandchildren are more competent  ... 
doi:10.1177/1468798407074831 fatcat:6odz7jkpfvgvziy2xcs56e72ri
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