His exposition, systematization, and expansion of Friesian philosophy, the use and theory of Socratic Method. In his pedagogy, and his engagement with the mathematical issues of Kantian philosophy in relation to his personal and professional involvement with one of the great mathematicians of the Twentieth Century, David Hilbert. 1862-1943). Hilbert's concern with the axiomatization of geometry and all of mathematics strongly paralleled Nelson's work in the Friesian theories of truth and justification.
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And then flip that back onto oneself, to as it were recognise the process of becoming the subject as well as the object of research. When I do ethnography the beginning of it appears to be about a focus on the Imagined Other, for example, Marcus and I will plan our projects in relation to our shared objectives, that is, to raise young people’s aspirations. So I have to go back to my practice. For me, that resides in fieldnotes. Here are some fieldnotes from a day with Marcus,. In that sense, ethnography ...