SummaryThe article proposes a typology of the forms of dialogue, which is influenced by Schleiermacher's triadic subdivision and distinguishes dialogues oriented toward agreement of wills, dialogues experienced as ends in themselves, and dialogues oriented toward agreement on truth. Each of these three types has different success criteria; particularly I show why Grice's maxims of conversation are not valid for all dialogues: In conversations, for example, irony is legitimate and enriching. The general reflections are then applied to the specific case of the intercultural dialogue.
Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie – de Gruyter
Published: Feb 26, 2018
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