Exploring theory and real-world examples of efforts to take on supremely difficult questions (out of scope for any single researcher, group, organization, industry, or even single type of stakeholder to adequately answer on their own). Particularly interested in process for managing social knowledge development with rigor, evolving understanding and real world output.
“We should be careful about the myth of the forest because when you quote the sentence “truth travels on foot through the forest” [sic], for me the centre is travelling on foot. The world reveals itself to those who travel on foot. I am not going to explain it any further because nobody is travelling on foot anymore, so I can say it only as a dictum. The forest reveals its truth for those who are travelling through it on foot. We shouldn’t dwell on it, because we are on the internet and whoever sees this is going to be on the internet and nobody will travel on foot a thousand miles. I am a lazy bum as well like everyone else, but I do travel on foot when there is something of existential importance. Then I will do it on foot.”