The authors explain that Pragmatic Imagination
begins from an assumption that agency in the world today requires a productive entanglement of imagination and action. It then presents a framework for unpacking the imagination as a wide range of mental activity that can be put to purpose in this world. (From here)
I find that books that aren’t necessarily in my field often offer me lots of room to create associational bridges between the philosophical approach advocated or insights offered and the work I do. I help people frame and solve problems. As such, texts that speak to design most often interest me. Hope others will agree too.
The other book that I saw in a person’s stack that intrigued me was this: