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As the process of making

As the process of making sense of one’s experiences is an experience in itself which affects our sense making processes, it is somehow self-evident that there is no end to understanding. If that is valid at the level of an individual, what does this mean when we think about collective sense making processes? So we can never be quite sure about what it is we are trying to understand... Nothing new under the sun...?


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