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Sch¨on used the metaphor of the high land looking out over a swamp. On the high land, problems can be solved using tested theories and techniques. In the swampy lowlands, problems are muddled and messy, and there are limited capabilities for regulated approaches and technical solutions. According to Sch¨on, it is ironic that problems in the high land become of less importance for human beings and society, although they might have a technical importance. The most realistic and fundamental problems emerge from the swamps.

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