This article reflected on Julian Müller’s paper on the practical guidelines for conducting
interdisciplinary work, a process which is similar to that which the author used during his
own PhD studies on mentorship. Beginning this article by discussing postfoundationalism and
transversal rationality, the author continued by describing his own process of interdisciplinary
conversation, where various scholars participated in the interdisciplinary conversation on
mentorship. An interview with a mentor and mentee was used as a local, real narrative in the
process. In the final section, the author reflected upon his own process in relation to that of Müller and suggested a process with three movements for interdisciplinary work.