عنوان مقاله [English]
In the current societies, political communication is shaped in the form of international relations, but, due to the speculative nature of political relations, these communications less provide the context for intercultural coherence; therefore, the need for the international community to expand other areas of communication, especially scientific communication, is highly felt. Scientific communication is the basis for cultural communication in various ways, most important of which, in terms of consensus, is a dialogue among scholars that, given its specific characteristics, can be the most effective way of transferring information and findings.
According to David Bohm's theory of dialogue, which is based on the axis of "communication," "creativity," and "tolerance", the scholarly thinkers and debaters must primarily hear, then they must understand each other based on their intellectual-cultural paradigms. In this paper, inspired by the above conceptual framework, the scientific discussions of Professor Bruno Latour with the representatives of the seminary in Qom have been critically examined in a comparative way. The results show that despite the fact that the mere holding such meetings are praiseworthy and have had great successes, but, due to the lack of success in the sharing of the foundations, they are evaluated without "scientific understanding" and with minimal functionality. The article implicitly recommends the idea of strengthening scientific communication with a priori and posterior communication.