ABSTRACT. To live within a community which one senses as being one's own, as 'mine' as well as 'yours', as 'ours' rather than 'theirs', a community both to which and for which one feels answerable, one must be more than just a routine participant in it; one must in a real sense also be able to play a part in its creative reproduction and sustenance. Rather than just drawing upon its resources, one must also participate in those moments in a community's practices relevant to one's life, that are aimed at their critical evaluation and creative reproduction. One must be able to express from one's own position of involvement in a practice, one's own sense of its proper functioning.



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