Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 013–016
Varying Views on Sustainable Development and Delayed Effective Actions

Kensei Hiwaki

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Open peer commentary on the article “Constructivism, Fast Thinking, Heuristics and Sustainable Development” by Hugh Gash. Abstract: I first present a historical summary on the complex issue called “sustainable development.” Then, I discuss my understanding of Gash’s propositions that radical constructivism facilitates dialogue and consensus between different views. Finally, I offer my approaches to sustainable development with regard to helping promote effective actions for a viable human future.

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Hiwaki K. (2020) Varying views on sustainable development and delayed effective actions. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 013–016. https://constructivist.info/16/1/013

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