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Dialogue & Bohm Dialogue

"...it is proposed that a form of free dialogue may well be one of the most effective ways of investigating the crisis which faces society .......

Moreover, it may turn out that such a form of free exchange of ideas and information is of fundamental relevance for transforming culture and freeing it of destructive misinformation, so that creativity can be liberated."

David Bohm

David Bohm proposed a process (which is some times referred to as Bohmian Dialogue) which can aid learning how to dialogue more effectively, thereby understanding ourselves and others with greater clarity, sensitivity etc. and so leading to communal agreement and potential for creative solutions. The approach develops personal and collective insights into our thinking processes, particularly those where our responses are conditioned and biased by our needs, fears, desires and distorted by our culture/ gender/ language etc.




Paul Filmore's page on Bohm Dialogue

David Bohm information

Moderated Dialogue list