The radical constructivist dynamics of cognition (2007)
In: Wallace, B. (ed.) The Mind, the Body and the World: Psychology After Cognitivism? Imprint: London, pp. 91-115
In summary, the radical constructivist perspective points in the direction of a post-cognitivist psychology which (a) does not get stuck in perceptual overload, (b) does not run into epistemological problems of (propositional) knowledge representation, (c) takes the undifferentiated encoding of nervous signals into consideration, (d) does not exclude animals from being cognitive, and (e) accounts for implicit knowledge.