Revealing Tacit Knowledge

Embodiment and Explication

How does tacit knowledge inscribe itself into cultural and social practices?

As the established distinction between tacit and explicit or discursive forms of knowledge does not explain this question, the contributions in this volume reconstruct, describe, and analyze the manifold processes by which the tacit reveals itself: They focus, for example, on metaphors, feelings, and visualizations as explications of the tacit as well as on processes of embodiment. Taken together, they demonstrate that the tacit does not constitute a single or unified knowledge complex, but has to be understood in its differentiated and fragmented forms. In addition to scholarly essays, the volume features interviews with Mark Johnson, Theodore Schatzki, and Loïc Wacquant.

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19 March 2015, 308 pages
ISBN: 978-3-8394-2516-9
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Book title
Revealing Tacit Knowledge Embodiment and Explication
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
308
Features
7 Farbabbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8394-2516-9
DOI
10.14361/transcript.9783839425169
Commodity Group
1510
BIC-Code
JFC JHB
BISAC-Code
SOC022000
THEMA-Code
JBCC JHB
Release date
19 March 2015
Topics
Kultur, Körper
Readership
Sociology, Cultural Studies, Media Studies, Theology, Philosophy, Literary Studies
Keywords/Tags
Social and Cultural Theory, Tacit Knowledge and Epistemology, Discourse, Metaphors and Embodiment, Culture, Body, Cultural Theory, Sociology of Culture, Cultural Studies

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