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The discussion in this chapter continues an investigation of tacit knowing as a personal act of knowing by considering: I can only see how you see if we share the experience in the same physical space. In doing so, it takes the discussion on mediated expertise further by considering mediation as an embodied process involving a collective act. This is a personal act of knowing where the body mediates experience of knowing how, knowing that, and knowing when simultaneously.
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