Tag Archive: Pragmatism

Feb 10

A pragmatic kind of transdisciplinarity

A pragmatic kind of transdisciplinarity Hooray for social awkwardness Happy new year! Today we have a guest post by Kate Sherren, a friend and colleague of mine from Dalhousie University, Canada. Together with Jan Hanspach, we just publi…   Barbara Truman‘s insight: Sustainability science resonates with me as I imagine how to apply what I …

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Jun 15

Transdisciplinary Reflections: Transdisciplinarity as Play and Transformation | Integral Leadership Review

Transdisciplinary Reflections: Transdisciplinarity as Play and Transformation Barbara Truman‘s insight: Concerns about dismissing the value of ciritcal thinking toward theoretical anemia. Recommendation to explore the work of┬áRichard Bernstein re: pragmatism, critical theory and hermeneutics. Be like the French and play with ideas to become a pragmatic fallibilist capable of acting while constantly questioning one’s assumptions. …

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