Publication 1340

Glasersfeld E. von (1979) Radical constructivism and Jean Piaget’s concept of knowledge. In: Murray F. B. (ed.) The impact of Piagetian theory. University Park Press, Baltimore MD: 109–122. Fulltext at
Excerpt: After a short exposition of the traditional view of cognition and the concept of interaction between organism and environment, the epistemological ideas that have recently been developed in the field of cybernetics are outlined. The emerging radical constructivist model is then applied to the Piagetian concept of knowledge and it is suggested that this interpretation, though rarely explicitly stated, is implicit in Piaget’s genetic epistemology and is, indeed, necessary in order to make it an internally consistent theory of knowledge.


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