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Engagement as Co-Generative Theorizing

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To meet current and ever shifting problems people continually need new and better ways to attend to, talk about, and respond in the world. All communities can have an impoverished language for talking about human interaction and making decisions in times of fundamental and rapid change. Three current impoverishments are discussed. Engaged scholarship using co-generative theorizing can initiate productive conversations enriching the languages of both scholarly and everyday life communities.

Keywords: Community Interaction; Concept Formation; Engagement; Generative Theory; Hermeneutics; Impoverished Languages; Indeterminacy; Interaction Systems; Liberal Democracy; Phronesis; Theoretical Language

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2008-08-01

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