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Berkeley Planning Journal
At the root of any theory of social practice like planning is an epistemology, a concept of what knowledge is, how it is attained, and who may claim to have it. In planning, where the press of work and current issues in the profession leave little time for philosophical examinations, basic epistemological theory gets understandably short shrift. Nonetheless, it is wise on occasion to step back and examine the theories and ideas underlying our practice, fo r they are important, whether examineddoi:10.5070/bp310113063 fatcat:t2t7te5rrrbsvi3is4rkoa6lfm