In Bakhtin, dialogism and intercorporeity are closely interconnected by a relation of reciprocal implication: there cannot be dialogue among disembodied minds, nor can dialogism be understood separately from a biosemiotic conception of the sign. Bakhtin’s monograph on Rabelais forms an organic part of his writings, including those produced by his collaborators and friends Voloshinov and Medvedev. According to Bakhtin, dialogue concerns literature and life. He evidences the ideological character of the contemporary conception of the individual body described as separate from other bodies and self-sufficient. And, in fact, through his readings of Rabelais’s works he evidences the validity of the carnival vision of the grotesque body

Otherness, Intercorporeity and Dialogism in Bakhtin’s Vision of the Text

Susan, Petrilli
2016

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In Bakhtin, dialogism and intercorporeity are closely interconnected by a relation of reciprocal implication: there cannot be dialogue among disembodied minds, nor can dialogism be understood separately from a biosemiotic conception of the sign. Bakhtin’s monograph on Rabelais forms an organic part of his writings, including those produced by his collaborators and friends Voloshinov and Medvedev. According to Bakhtin, dialogue concerns literature and life. He evidences the ideological character of the contemporary conception of the individual body described as separate from other bodies and self-sufficient. And, in fact, through his readings of Rabelais’s works he evidences the validity of the carnival vision of the grotesque body
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