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[Xmca-l] More than cool reason: 'withness thinking' or 'systemic thinking' and 'thinking about systems'



On Mike’s suggestion I have attached a fairly recent paper by John Shotter which focuses on the differences between thinking WITH and thinking ABOUT – with appropriate theatrical references too!

Rod



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