In a dialogue, however, nobody is trying to win. Everybody wins if anybody wins. There is a different sort of spirit to it. In a dialogue, there is no attempt to gain points, or to make your particular view prevail. Rather, whenever any mistake is discovered on the part
of anybody, everybody gains.
It's a situation called win-win (...) a dialogue is something more of a common participation, in which we are not playing a game against each other, but with each other.
In a dialogue, everybody wins.
Bohm, On Dialogue, p. 7