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Untangling the Threads of the Labyrinth in David Kolb's "Socrates in the Labyrinth"

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This essay explores David Kolb's "Socrates in the Labyrinth" from the perspective of its experimental approach to the philosophical writing. It also provides detailed information about the production of the work and accompanies the Live Stream Traversal of his work and other contents associated with it. 

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“'Does a philosophical argument need to be in a linear order?' 'No,' says the author of 'Socrates of the Labyrinth'––but this seemingly benign line of thought suggests larger, more challenging questions relating to hegemony and the dominance of practices that limit modes of discourse, methodologies, perspectives, and ultimately thought."

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Dene Grigar