You make a good point, Kent, but I think the active, overt pursuit of
"learning" and being -in-learning are different. The ontological learning
seems to need a paradigm shift from the day to day "learning activity."
Going to school "to learn", taking a workshop "to learn", being part of
this list "to learn" took a conscious action, the being-in-learning is
just that, a state of being, and I think (think mind you - not sure) that
is what was referred to in the statement that you quoted.
And maybe not...
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