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Constructivist Foundations 6 (1):127-132 (2010)
|Abstract||Problem: How can radical constructivism gain wider recognition and acceptance? Method: Based on informal direct observation of other social and intellectual movements, the social and psychological dynamics and organizational imperatives of radical constructivism as an intellectual movement are discussed. Results: Various means of structuring the movement in order to gain wider acceptance are proposed. Implications: We hope that the paper has value in helping the radical constructivism movement evaluate where it has been and where it might go in terms of wider social recognition and acceptance|
|Keywords||intellectual movements history of cybernetics evolutionary robotics constructivist epistemology|
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