Av: Joacim Rosenlund
The explanation agents may provide of their own practice, conceals, even from their own eyes, the true nature of their practical mastery, i.e. that it is learned ignorance (docta ignorantia), a mode of practical knowledge not comprising knowledge of its own principles. It follows that this learned ignorance can only give rise to the misleading discourse of a speaker himself [sic] misguided, ignorant both of the objective truth about his [sic] practical mastery (which is that it is ignorant of its own truth) and of the true principle of the knowledge his practical mastery contains. – Bourdieu (1977, Outline of a theory of practice)
Om människors narrativa berättelser inte leder direkt till att synliggöra bakomliggande strukturer, går detta då att lösa genom metodtriangulering och teori?