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In 1979, Gavin Bolton posed a question that is still fundamental to the development of process drama: 'Is it possible to steer a course that does not come down in support of any particular point of view but causes children to examine and re-examine their own views and values?' Inspired by Bakhtinian theory, Brian Edmiston developed a solution to this in the 1990s: the principle of 'dialogic sequencing'. Aiming to escape the conflict between relativism and absolutism, we present an alternativedoi:10.1080/13569783.2017.1358081 fatcat:ustmp3tlezh4vpe2dt5xducyte