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This book argues that theorists are located within the social world, exercises in theorizing are both bounded and creative, imagination and creativity build upon the resources of tradition, and such awareness is the basis for dialogue with the denizens of other traditions, cultures and ways of making sense of the world.
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Peter John Preston (born 23 May 1938 in Leicestershire) is a British journalist and author. His father died from polio when he was child, and he subsequently caught the disease; he spent 18 months in and out of hospital, including time in an iron lung.
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