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Question 1: [citation needed] In his influential works, Bakhtin provided a ________ methodology to define the dialogue, its nature and meaning:[3]

Question 2: The Russian philosopher and semiotician[2] ________’s theory of dialogue emphasized the power of discourse to increase understanding of multiple perspectives and create myriad possibilities.
Mikhail BakhtinJoseph StalinAleksandr SolzhenitsynFyodor Dostoyevsky

Question 3: Dialogic relations have a specific nature: they can be reduced neither to the purely ________ (even if dialectical) nor to the purely linguistic (compositional-syntactic) They are possible only between complete utterances of various speaking subjects...

Question 4: In some of them he attacks ________ and philosophical error with the sharpness of his wit; in others he merely paints scenes of modern life.

Question 5: Contemporaneously, in 1688, the French philosopher ________ published his Dialogues on Metaphysics and Religion, thus contributing to the genre's revival in philosophic circles.
Isaac NewtonNicolas MalebrancheGottfried LeibnizRené Descartes

Question 6: Its everyday basis and counterpart is a ________ exchange between two or more people.
Benjamin FranklinConversationSmall talk (phatic communication)Dialogue

Question 7: Authors who have recently employed it include ________, in his eminent Dialogues in Limbo (1926, 2nd ed.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelDavid HumeGeorge SantayanaImmanuel Kant

Question 8: He must have begun this about the year 405 BC, and by 400 he had perfected the dialogue, especially in the cycle directly inspired by the death of ________, and is considered a master of the genre.

Question 9: Its chief historical origins as narrative, philosophical or didactic device are to be found in classical Greek and ________, in particular in the ancient art of rhetoric.
Indian mathematicsIndian literatureMagadhaIndian nationalism

Question 10: The ________, as a distinct genre which features Socrates as a speaker and one or more interlocutors discussing some philosophical question, experienced something of a rebirth in the 20th century.
Immanuel KantPlatoBertrand RussellAristotle

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