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Transforming the Edge of the World


Conclusion to Where There is No Time and Nothing Matters: Cognitive Challenges at the Edge of the World, highlighting and giving focus to various themes of an earlier study (In Quest of Optimism Beyond the Edge -- through avoidance of the answering process) in the light of travels in Tasmania during completion of its final version.
Conclusion
Paradoxical proximity of "centre" and "edge"
Problematic exploitation of edge and centre
Paradoxical senses of "space" and "time"
Reframing spatio-temporal topology as a source of richer metaphors
Emergence of a cognitive singularity
Strategic implications
Challenge of identification with the "mattering of nothing"
Symbolic renaming of "Cradle Mountain/Valley" ?
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Conclusion

The different threads explored above and in the annexes can be further interrelated in response to issues raised in the initial paper (In Quest of Optimism Beyond the Edge -- through avoidance of the answering process).

In Quest of Optimism Beyond the Edge -- through avoidance of the answering process).