Marking Impressions

In his 1930 essay, "Dialogue," Martin Buber distinguished between genuine dialogue and "monologue disguised as dialogue which he has characterized ... solely by the desire to have one's own self-reliance confirmed by marking the impression that is made."
Read the rest here at Tom Peters' blog.

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