Translated title of the contribution: About dialogic and nonlinearity meanings

Мария Сергеевна Инкижекова, Марина Викторовна Воротникова

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The article substantiates the necessity of expanding interdisciplinary discourse in the study of the phenomenon of Dialogic musical sphere. The authors outline the current possibilities for the design of new research strategies to apply them in the practices of specific cultural-philosophical studies. Analysis of modern research practices of Dialogic music world shows that the history of the development of conceptual approaches to this phenomenon requires further development of an interdisciplinary approach that allows you to create a complete picture linearity and stochasticity in the dynamics of meanings and the transformation of cultural life, the impossibility of predicting the future of the further development of the processes of meaning making. The phenomenon of dialogic musical sphere is inextricably linked with the creative reflection and hermeneutical interpretation, reflecting in aggregate the human interaction with the world, changing its internal state associated with adapting to the increasingly complex conditions of life. The explanation for the nonlinearity of interpretive practices “of the branched rhizomatic” nature of the text, its multiplicity of meanings. The authors note that the interdisciplinary approach as modern tools of scientific knowledge should require inclusion in the theory of dialogue of innovative methods of reflexive psychology, relying on the basic principles of self-organization theory (synergetics).
Translated title of the contributionAbout dialogic and nonlinearity meanings
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)5-11
Number of pages12
JournalКонтекст и рефлексия: философия о мире и человеке
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Publication statusPublished - 2017


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