Epistemology of intersubjective communication: sociological, philosophical and interdisciplinary approaches
Keywords: Intersubjectivity, communication, interdiscipline
AbstractThe text presents a map of authors and prospects for an intersubjective communication approach. Antecedents are in discussions developed within the research group “intersubjective
communication” of the Mexican Association of Communication Researchers (AMIC). Initially these pages offered some elements to understand the basic differences between interpersonal communication and intersubjective communication. Subsequently,
the text presents some authors – from sociology (Mead, Schütz, Sennett and Collins) and philosophy (Heidegger, Habermas and Onfray) – for addressing intersubjective communication; and we added two more authors, whose production is, in our view, eminently interdisciplinary (Elias and Maturana).
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García, M. (2017). Epistemology of intersubjective communication: sociological, philosophical and interdisciplinary approaches. MATRIZes, 11(1), 127-147. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v11i1p127-147