Volume 10 · Number 2 · Pages 221–222

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“Believe it or not!” - It’s About the Truth in Science (or the Unwillingness to Tolerate Ambiguities)

Heike Egner

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Ontology, Reality and Construction in Niklas Luhmann’s Theory” by Krzysztof C. Matuszek. Upshot: On an epistemological level, Matuszek argues convincingly that Luhmann’s epistemological ambiguities could be embedded in a coherent constructivist approach. However, what do we gain by being assured of this and why is it so difficult to tolerate ambiguities in an otherwise highly elaborated theory?

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Egner H. (2015) “believe it or not!” - it’s about the truth in science (or the unwillingness to tolerate ambiguities). Constructivist Foundations 10(2): 221–222. http://constructivist.info/10/2/221

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