Log in to download the full text for free
Upshot: Since all my commentators express some reservation about the distinction between the cognitive and non-cognitive aspects of knowledge in general, and its applicability and relevance in the domain of religious belief in particular, I will address the question of why this distinction is important and whether these two modes of knowledge can be communicated. Further questions I try to address include: Can a radical constructivist be an atheist, or alternatively a religious believer? What exactly would these designations mean? Is it at all possible to discuss meaningfully the question of whether God exists? Can two or more people ascertain whether they in fact share their concept of a God?
Quale A. (2015) Author’s response: Is god a radical constructivist? Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 140–147. http://constructivist.info/11/1/140
To stay informed about comments to this publication and post comments yourself, please log in first.