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In a historical moment characterised by uncertainty and concern about the future, autobiographical memories can be a source of inspiration for orientation and learning to change. In social work, this possibility becomes a necessity that cannot be postponed, especially where the usual patterns of action prove inadequate to deal with the problems generated by the crisis. Within the framework of a systemic epistemology and complexity, this contribution describes a cooperative inquiry involving some coordinators of disability services in Lombardy, Northern Italy. The re-enactment of autobiographical memories was used as a basis to explore themes related to the professional practices of these coordinators. The memories, recalled and re-signified within the training device, facilitated the opening to a complex thought, in which certainty and uncertainty and different ways of knowledge are connected. 

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Cuppari, A. (2021). Autobiographical Memories as Islands of Certainty in an Ocean of Complexity. Teraźniejszość – Człowiek – Edukacja, 23(2(90), 89-104. https://doi.org/10.34862/tce/2021/09/01/47h7-st18

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