Towards a Process Epistemology for the Analysis of Social-Ecological System
This paper proposes an epistemological approach to analyse social-ecological systems from a process perspective in order to better tackle the co-constitution of the social and the ecological and the dynamism of these systems. It highlights the usefulness of rethinking our conceptual tools taking processes and relations as the main constituents of reality instead of fundamental substances or essences. We introduce the concept of experience as understood in radical empiricism to critically revise our available concepts through focusing on the concept of difference, exploring apparent contradictions and engaging in assemblage thinking.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2020
This article was made available online on June 14, 2019 as a Fast Track article with title: "Towards a Process Epistemology for the Analysis of Social-Ecological Systems".
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