DOUBLE SPIRAL by ELENA GRIGORIEVA

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DOUBLE SPIRAL by ELENA GRIGORIEVA

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Published by Paranoia

80 pages, 13x21,6cm, hardcover, b/w digital printing throughout

In this engaging volume, Tartu University Lecturer Elena Grigorieva introduces “a model of thought process for hermeneutic double spiral”. With text in both English and Estonian and some really nice and well placed illustrations this is a lot less dry than one would imagine. Meant as an introductionary volume, this breaks down here theories in digestible, at times aphoristic chunks and it’ll make a great companion for an afternoon in the park or the train. That is, if you’re up for doing some thinking! 

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