Ok, so lets assume that collaborative reflection cannot be substituted for
by culture. Culture is a medium, hard to tie down as a unit of analysis.
But what if culture were a process, not a thing. What process would characterize culture? Might it be collaborative reflection? Or in its slippery
polysemy, has culture morphed into the product or collaborative reflection
that has become taken for granted and is no longer feelable?
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