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If masters don’t teach, they embody practice at its fullest sense in the community of practice. Becoming a “member such as those” is an embodied telos too complex to be discussed in the narrow and simpler language of goals, tasks, and knowledge acquisition. There may be no language for participants with which to discuss it at all – but identities of mastery, in all their complications, are there to be assumed (in both senses).

identities of mastery 
Added a year ago by Toby Shorin
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