Universal Actability of and with Knowledge: Managing and Communicating Knowledge with Patterns
Managing and communicating information and knowledge with patterns entail a multitude of assumptions, interests, and validity claims. Patterns are socially constructed, and they may consequently be socially more or less acceptable or contested. Before the background of global diversity, the issue of universal actability of and with knowledge gains significance and calls for more reflections. In this context, this paper deals with some concepts for enabling reflective practice in applying and communicating knowledge.