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Listening Thinking Being

Author: Lisbeth Lipari
Publisher: Penn State University Press
ISBN: 9780271063324
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"Explores listening as a fundamental human endowment connected with language and thought, and its potential for social, personal, and political action. Incorporates historical, literary, intercultural, scientific, musical, and philosophical perspectives"--Provided by publisher.

Stuart Hall S Voice

Author: David Scott
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822373025
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Stuart Hall’s Voice explores the ethos of style that characterized Stuart Hall’s intellectual vocation. David Scott frames the book—which he wrote as a series of letters to Hall in the wake of his death—as an evocation of friendship understood as the moral and intellectual medium in which his dialogical hermeneutic relationship with Hall’s work unfolded. In this respect, the book asks: what do we owe intellectually to the work of those whom we know well, admire, and honor? Reflecting one of the lessons of Hall’s style, the book responds: what we owe should be conceived less in terms of criticism than in terms of listening. Hall’s intellectual life was animated by voice in literal and extended senses: not only was his voice distinctive in the materiality of its sound, but his thinking and writing were fundamentally shaped by a dialogical and reciprocal practice of speaking and listening. Voice, Scott suggests, is the central axis of the ethos of Hall’s style. Against the backdrop of the consideration of the voice’s aspects, Scott specifically engages Hall’s relationship to the concepts of "contingency" and "identity," concepts that were dimensions less of a method as such than of an attuned and responsive attitude to the world. This attitude, moreover, constituted an ethical orientation of Hall’s that should be thought of as a special kind of generosity, namely a "receptive generosity," a generosity oriented as much around giving as receiving, as much around listening as speaking.

Philosophy Of Communication Ethics

Author: Ronald C. Arnett
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611477085
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Philosophy of Communication Ethics is a unique and timely volume that creatively examines communication ethics, philosophy of communication, and "the other."

Sensing Sacred

Author: Jennifer Baldwin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1498531245
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Sensing Sacred is an edited volume that explores the human senses (smell, touch, taste, hearing, smell, and proprioception) through the lenses of practical theology and pastoral care. It focuses on each of the senses independently and through specific religious practices.

Dialogic Ethics

Author: Ronald C. Arnett
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
ISBN: 9027264147
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Dialogic Ethics offers an impressionistic picture of the diversity of perspectives on this topic. Daily we witness local, regional, national, and international disputes, each propelled by contention over what is and should be the good propelling communicative direction and action. Communication ethics understood as an answer to problems often creates them. If we understand communication ethics as a good protected and promoted by a given set of communicators, we can understand how acts of colonialism and totalitarianism could move forward, legitimized by the assumption that “I am right.” This volume eschews such a presupposition, recognizing that we live in a time of narrative and virtue contention. We dwell in an era where the one answer is more often dangerous than correct.

Interdisciplinary Handbook Of Adult Lifespan Learning

Author: Jan D. Sinnott
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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The first to provide an overview of research and theory into formal and informal adult learning and to analyze how mature and aging adults learn and what their motivations are.

Being And Time

Author: Martin Heidegger
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791426777
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A new, definitive translation of Heidegger's most important work.