Re: An Introduction to Connective Knowledge

Your essay is very interesting indeed. Two notes:
-At the beginning you say "Distributed knowledge adds a third major category to this domain, knowledge that could be described as connective". In my opinion the comparison between knowledge -as you further describe it- with qualitative and quantitative knowledge is misleading, the first being situated at a more fundamental level whereas the others introduce differences depending on instruments and ways of observing and analyzing connections at a more superficial level.

-Do you find some similarities between "connection" and "transaction" (according to Dewey and Bentley, Knowing the known, 1949)?

Antonio (Florence, Italy)
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