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In this interview, Savransky analyzes the implications of thinking and creating through a pragmatist perspective aiming at the challenges that experimental research faces in the turbulent times we live in. Through key concepts and authors that have marked his intellectual work, he invites us to conceive thinking exercises as practices of experimentality, through which the uncertain and unstable situations of current problems would raise new questions rather than closed answers.
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