Category Archives: Merleau-Ponty

Conversational Realities – from within Persons to within Relationships

What we need, I want to claim, is not knowledge in the form of theoretical representations, but of a very different, much more practical kind. My concern today, then, is with the conditions, the relations between us, that might make … Continue reading

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Organizing multi-voiced organizations – action guiding anticipations and the continuous creation of novelty

Read Bakhtin’s ideas of polyphony and dialogism are explored as ways of organising our own human affairs. Traditionally, language has been thought of as an already established, self-contained system of linguistic communication that sets out a set of rules or … Continue reading

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Imaging Place: Storymapping – Exploring the Naturalists’ Sense of Place

The central objective of the Tranquille project is to explore the lived experience of place. We share with many others an interest in meaning, but a notion of meaning that is not restricted to narrowly linguistic or cognitive senses. In … Continue reading

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Imaging Place: Storymapping – Exploring the Naturalists’ Sense of Place

Our bodily experience of movement is not a particular case of knowledge; it provides us with a way of access to the world and the object , with a ‘praktognosia’, which has to be recognized as original and perhaps as … Continue reading

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