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Glasersfeld E. von (1991) Knowing without metaphysics: Aspects of the radical constructivist position. In: Steier F. (ed.) Research and reflexivity. Sage, London: 12–29. Fulltext at
Like any apparently novel approach to the basic epistemological problems of “knowledge”, the constructivist ideas that have spread in the last twenty years continue to generate a host of negative as well as a few positive reactions. In this chapter I shall focus on some aspects of Radical Constructivism, as distinct from “trivial” constructivisms, and try to show that the major objections that have been raised against it are due to gross misinterpretation and turn out to be vacuous once the position is made a little clearer.



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