Learning to Dialogue LO10047

Roxanne S. Abbas (75263.3305@CompuServe.COM)
18 Sep 96 17:31:15 EDT

Replying to LO10027 --

David Wilkinson says:

>When we suspend, we have the choice to see from an allo-centric view
>(from the eyes of another person) or from a macro-centric view (from
>above, or in the balcony looking down).

>A thought, does suspension allow us to actively see as well as actively

Perhaps suspension is a first step toward "walking a mile in the other's
shoes". We must get out of our own shoes (our assumptions, our mental
models) in order to begin to understand the other person's perspective.

Roxanne Abbas


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