Experiential knowing is the ground form of knowing in what Heron and Reason refer to as ‘extended epistemology’, including experiential, presentational, propositional and practical knowing. In their everyday lives, people use these four forms of knowing and implicitly engage with them in different ways. Individuals cultivate their knowing through direct experience; they voice it through expressive ...

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