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By Alexandra M. Columbus, Rodolfo M. Antonello, David P. Austin, Sa'eed Bawa, Gabriel Bukobza

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It’s better to have it different and rich than similar and narrow. Tahel encouraged dependence on unfamiliar cultural knowledge and accepted the changes that might accompany such a relationship. Foreign knowledge for her is a source for growth and enrichment, even if it leads to an increase in the level of epistemological chaos and uncertainty. She embraced the plurality of different cultural forms and made an effort to simultaneously include as many aspects of them as possible in her own life.

He lined these up in the following manner: Individualistic-social, serious-daring-frivolous-sudden-unstable, cynic-stormy-cheerful-optimistic. In reasoning about the contradictory traits Gideon first said that different contexts make him behave in different ways. This is a RR justification, which asserts that behavior is relative to relevant circumstances. But as he carried on Gideon exposed another level of meaning in his episteme. He described the reciprocal relations among his opposing traits: they are interrelated, yet they also inter-penetrate and affect each other.

1972). The archaeology of knowledge and the discourse on language. New York: Pantheon Books. (Original published 1969). Fowler, J. W. (1981). Stages of faith: The psychology of human development and the quest for meaning. San Francisco: Harper and Row. 34 Gabriel Bukobza Funder, D. C. (1983). The “consistency” controversy and the accuracy of personality judgments. Journal of Personality, 51(3), 346-359. Gebser, J. (1985). The ever-present origin. Athens: Ohio University Press. (Original published 1949; part 2 published 1953).

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