During a Skype with Jon:
Would you be able to write something on the ‘communal knowing idea’ that knowing is not simply contained within individuals, but has an important interpersonal dimension and also on the different natures of knowing “muscial, linguistic, logical-mathematical, bodily, kinesthetic, naturalist, interpersonal”
I think it needs expanding. And articulating, but I don’t think I could do it straight out without a bit of research.
It also relates to some of your last posts I feel. And that article I sent you might have some vague connections via quantum physics.
OK Jon. But seems illogical for one person to spout a post on communal knowing.
So how about it? What do people think?
Personally I think knowledge is shared more than we think. And, reflecting more on the comment I made in the last post, I think it's part of the battle for participation against domination that we a) admit it, and b) work towards it by sharing knowledge on a level playing field. For me that's a work of the Spirit. Anti-domination. Anti-centralization. Anti-gnostic. If there's such a thing.
Here's a link to download the article on Quantum Physics and the Rebirth of the Soul.
It's a scanned PDF, so about 2.5 Mb.