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Publisher: Faculdade de Letras da UFMG
Journal: Revista Literária do Corpo Discente da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Languages: Portuguese
Types: Article
Subjects: Letter, Deb's Page, Z807, The Back Pages
This paper is not rigorous in the academic sense. It does not set out to propose or test a theory. Nor does it seek to make sense of carefully collected data. Rather, I am attempting to describe the intuitive sense making process of my own mind reconciling things I have noticed in my experience working with people outdoors. In writing this way I am keeping to a tradition of experiential learning described by John Heron as Manifold Learning (Heron, 1989). While this is not widely accepted as a rigorous approach it is, I believe, a rational one that allows the imagination and lay knowledge to openly compliment the conceptual mind and expert knowledge.
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    • Copyright: 1999, Chris Loynes.
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