Dialogic Ethics Model

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The Dialogic Ethics Model
Listening without demand: Whether we like or dislike the conversation or moment, we must engage the question(s) of a given moment.
Attentiveness: What are the coordinating grounds upon which stand the self, the other, and the historical moment?
Dialogic negotiation: What communicative ethics answers emerge from the discussion?
Temporal dialogic ethical competence: What worked, and what changes need to be made?

In the scene, the Father is approached by his son with concerns about how he is practically a reflection of his dad, which steers Rocky to listen without demand. As Rocky listens to his son’s theory regarding his accomplishments, there is an attentiveness, which causes Rocky to ask his son, if he thought he

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