The Dialogue between Universalized Dialectics and Logic of Interpersonal Communication: Manifesting the Discourse Reciprocity

Irina Suima, Olena Panchenko, Vasyl Patsan, Nataliia Vlasenko


The aim of the article is to bridge the gap between linguistic segmentations of the dialogue and philosophical integrations of its structure in the course of revealing the reciprocal character of correlation between discourse models generalizing the mutuality of interlocutors’ personal positions realized in communicative interactions to manifest singularities in the variety of their verbalized worldviews and dialogicity matrices singularizing the general discursive mutual connection between “the Self” and “the Other” in their communicability manifestations intended to comprehend the Source of being as the Universal Verity. The relevance of the study is determined by both the rediscovery of the communication sense-producing resource in the field of post-non-classical thought and the exposure of the dialogical deadlock denoted by the attempts to rationalize the acceptance of the Inescapable Alterity as a unity core of the Personality at the background of post-metaphysical declaration of limited potential of rational cognition. Combining the methods of hermeneutics and phenomenology with the approaches of structural linguistics and textology in the interdisciplinary area formed by philosophy and philology to problematize the interdiscursivity as an activity of the person’s self-manifestation, the research reveals an effect of the disguised discourse reciprocity emphasizing the irreducibility of interpersonal relations in both the theories objectivizing the speech multiple entities by abstracting dialogue-forming intentions and reactions from the subjectivity and the conceptions substantiating the intersubjective understanding diversification as a mode of comprehending the objective truth and the Non-Objectivized Authenticity. The authors prove that the philosophical accents on “the Self’ – “the Other” relationship as the primary dimension of the dialogicity argue for transcending the reduced subject’s position marked by the linguistically substantiated complex discursive unities distinguished as sequences of stimulating replica and reacting replica, while the linguistic focus on the communicative dialogue intentionality initiates the realization of cognitive limits established in the sphere of philosophizing to objectivize the rationally unmediated communicability.

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