Volume 1 Number 1 Spring 2006
* Full-text Table of Contents including Copyright Notices & Suggested Reference Format i-iii Introduction to the First Issue
Hubert J. M. Hermans
1-3 Pragmatism and the Dialogical Self
5-21 Practice, Agency, and Sociality: An Orthogonal Reading of Classical Pragmatism (Commentary on Wiley)
23-31 The Missing Person in the Conversation: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., and the Dialogical Self (Commentary on Wiley)
David E. Leary
33-39 "I am not what I seem to be" (Commentary on Wiley)
41-45 Interpersonal Cognition and the Relational Self: Paving the Empirical Road for Dialogical Science
Maya Sakellaroupoulo and Mark W. Baldwin
47-66 Who Shares the "shared reality"? A Brief Commentary on Sakellaropoulo and Baldwin's "Interpersonal Cognition and the Relational Self"
67-70 As Many Selves As Interpersonal Relations (Or Maybe Even More)
Katarzyna Stemplewska-Zakowicz, Justyna Walecka and Anna Gabinska
71-94 Many Voices Generated From Different Positions Makes For A Boisterous Self: A Commentary on Stemplewska-Zakowicz, Walecka and Gabinska
Maya Sakellaropoulo and Mark W. Baldwin
95-98 The Dialogical Self and the Renewal of Psychology
Henderikus J. Stam
99-117 The Relational Self in Historical Context (Commentary on Stam)
119-124 On "the inner Alter" in Dialogue
125-148 Thought as Dialogue: A Comment on Markova
149-154 International Society for Dialogical Science: News and Notices 155-156
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1st Posted: 03.30.2006 Revised: 03.30.2006
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