Radunovic, D; Rani Bahtin.
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The monograph addresses the ways in which Mikhail Bakhtin’s transition from ethics and philosophical aesthetics to the theory of dialogic interaction took shape. By discussing the disrupted evolution of Bakhtin’s early ideas (such as, responsibility, act, authorship), the book argues that the conceptual shift in Bakhtin’s career, the Russian thinker’s adoption of the relational/dialogic paradigm, did not follow the path of the Kuhnian dynamic of scientific discovery: rather than taking the form of a ‘big bang’, Bakhtin’s ‘paradigm shift’ occurred through the succession of re-appropriation of his earliest philosophical ideas, and innovation, that is, adoption of new conceptual solutions.
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