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    Thank you. This makes me think of Paul Feyerabend’s Against Method. It does sound a bit corporate at present and you need to be wary of developing what may appear as a multiply flexible method which actually uses only its one own framework. That said, the story-line understanding in relation to the dominant narrative is useful it seems only if you do pay obeisance to the dominant frame, twisting it one way or another to allow for your line to be heard. Of course, this begs the question as to how to break the dominant frame. This question is critical when that dominant frame is, for example, Apartheid in South Africa. But, perhaps your point is that you cannot break it in one go. There is talk in the South now about “interdisciplinarity”. What is the difference between this and philosophy?