Hurlburt, Russell T.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
Based on 40 years of practice using descriptive experience sampling, I clarify
three important ways that my view of reflective inquiry differs from that of Kordeš and
Demšar. I differentiate between investigations that do and do not explore pristine
experience, discuss the risks of using the feeling of veracity as a guide to an
investigation, and distinguish between two importantly different kinds of iteration.