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Dialogue or dialog is a shared inquiry or the art of thinking together.[1] Dialogue is a rhetorical, literary and theatrical format. It means a written or spoken conversational exchange between two or more people, or a literary work showing such an exchange.

The historical origins of dialogue are in classical Greek and Indian literature. The Socratic method is a way of learning things by dialogue.

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  1. Isaacs, William. (2010). Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together, p.1.

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