There is neither a solid foundation nor a fixed objective
and so no point in fighting about either
Start where you are, solve local problems/puzzles, learn from/be changed by the process, imagine what might yet be, act to try and create it, learn from/be changed by that ("radical incrementalism"?)
Defer for the present those problems/puzzles lacking local solutions or for which possible local solutions seem likely to reduce rather than enhance the ongoing process of exploration - Avoid premature story telling
Accept/value that everyone starts in a different place, experiences/tries different things, and so will have at any given time different stories (also,like yours, always in progress)
Listen to other peoples' stories, share one's own, learn from, be changed by the exchanges
Avoid getting preoccupied with what has been, is, should be. Enjoy process and the room made available by what might be that neither you not anyone else has yet conceived.
Additional tricks for "revolutionary science/inquiry"
looking from wider perspective to notice patterns
making observations that seriously upset local problem solving processes in several realms
denying one or more generally accepted starting points and following the implications of such denial