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The question of method is at the forefront in chapter 1. Working closely with Alfred North Whitehead’s book The Function of Reason, the chapter seeks to articulate how a speculative pragmatism must always go beyond method. Research-creation is here aligned to study, and the question of how thought and making compose is key. A proposition is made that creative work is a thinking in its own right, and philosophy also a form of making. The question remains: what are the operative differences between these forms of making-thinking. The chapter argues that this difference must be what orients the process, not preimposed method.

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