With respect to the yet made considerations on gaining knowledge and extracting parts of what indicviduals intercat with outside themselves. Knowledge can be understood as an prescinded, abstracted access to world – or reality, or the system we never not participate in. Knowledge is an access to world, when withdrawn. It sound as abstract as it is, but is is important to understand.
Consider the following situation: A group of participants prepares to build a Community Building. Once not yet having taken action, each and every individual will tend to think to know something completely different when saying „Community Building“. Apart from the fact that this is a multiple source of what could be meant and hence could be built and therefore be the product - the fact that the elements of knowledge differ immensely, puts some light to the idea, that what is in question, is a question of how an the same world is an uncountably often copied version of itself, thanks to being framed by different individuals.
Soziale Rahmen liefern einen Verständnishintergrund für Ereignisse, an denen Wille, Ziel und steuerndes Eingreifen einer Intelligenz, eines Lebewesens, in erster Linie des Menschen beteiligt sind.
One incident can be named, shamed and blamed by different individuals due to having precedently and individually framed the incident.
Framing is a way of organizing experience. As individual experience is essential in processes of interplay, actions of framing are of great importance. You can see
Erving Goffmann puts it like this:
Zusammengenommen bilden die primären Rahmen einer sozialen Gruppe einen Hauptbestandteil von deren Kultur, vor allem insofern als sich ein Verstehen bezüglich wichtiger Klassen von Schemata entwickelt, bezüglich deren Verhältnissen zueinander und bezüglich der Gesamtheit der Kräfte und Wesen, (…), die nach diesen Deutungsmustern in der Welt vorhanden sind.
It becomes clear, that social, cultural, scientific and other framings make things what they are (or what the are not being received as), and that an interaction that is more than interplay – for instance an intervention – is so much an intervention as it differs from the social framings it occurs in.