Siebers, Johan Isaac, Garcia-Jimenez, Leonarda, Simonson, Peter and Craig, Robert
Some Foundational Conceptions of Communication: Revising and Expanding the Traditions of Thought.
Empedocles - European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication, 3
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This discussion develops three conceptions of communication based on the traditions of thought that founded our field of study: communication as an architectonic art; communication as a social force; and communication as the encounter with truth. These three conceptions are considered with regard to several traditions of thought conceptualized in Craig’s (1999) constitutive metamodel of communication theory (rhetorical, sociopsychological, critical and phenomenological). Furthermore, the discussion expands the traditions of thought, adding American Pragmatism (Craig’s proposal would be included in it), and a new tradition that highlights the element of undecidability in communication, partly as an extension of Phenomenology and partly with its own historical roots in Badiou’s philosophy of the event.
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