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- Part I Understanding
- Chapter 1 Information and Understanding
- Chapter 2 Questioning
- Chapter 3 Moral Change
- Chapter 4 Designing for Understanding
- Part II Self
- Chapter 5 Information and the Self
- Chapter 6 Identity
- Chapter 7 The Ontic Trust
- Chapter 8 Designing for the Self
- Part III Meaning
- Chapter 9 Information and Meaning
- Chapter 10 The Good Life
- Chapter 11 Craft
- Chapter 12 Designing for Meaning