Volume 17 · Number 3 · Pages 214–219
Author’s Response: The Space In-Between

Laura Candiotto

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Abstract: The first set of topics is dedicated to the theoretical framework I employ in my target article. I will explain (a) why sense-making is participatory from the beginning and (b) how a personal communication with a place is possible. The second set of topics tackles my proposal’s ethical and political significance. I will consider (c) the objection on how it is possible to love the unlovable and (d) the question of what should change for us to love nature.

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Candiotto L. (2022) Author’s response: The space in-between. Constructivist Foundations 17(3): 214–219. https://constructivist.info/17/3/214

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