EINSTEIN’S UNIVERSE AND BAKHTIN’S THEORY OF POLYPHONY IN THE CREATION OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY “INTERFACE”
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In this paper, I shall attempt to show that Bakhtin’s methodology for the study Dostoevsky’s style necessitates an interdisciplinary approach which is not fortuitous, but one aimed at carrying out a long-term project. The main conclusion is that, by seeking to synchronize the sciences with the humanities, Bakhtin attributes the unity of culture to the subject’s living experience and draws a line of demarcation between the older schemes of monologism and the new forms of cognitive, ethical, and aesthetic activity within the purview of his transgredience-based dialogism.
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