Knowing about Knowing about Knowing about KnowingThe Pennsylvania Scholars Series: Richard B. Gregg (2014)
The essay reflects on the idea that knowledge is a consequence of rhetorical experiences and actions of human beings within their internal and external environments, including the cultural practices established in their communities. It talks about the concept of a "strange loop" that explains the up-and-down causality of events, where movement through various levels of knowledge or events generate a community that is continuously adapting, learning, and evolving, known as autopoietic community.
Citation InformationDale Cyphert. "Knowing about Knowing about Knowing about Knowing" The Pennsylvania Scholars Series: Richard B. Gregg Vol. 7 Iss. 1 (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dale_cyphert/25/