Volume 17 · Number 1 · Pages 029–032
Author’s Response: X-phemisms and Radical Constructivism: From World-View to Whirled-Views

Andrey S. Druzhinin

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Abstract: Using the example of X-phemisms, I focus on the major epistemological difference radical constructivism makes to the theory of language and communication. Along these lines, I reflect on the relationship between values, affect and words as well as on the meta-communicative aspect of experience construction.

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Druzhinin A. S. (2021) Author’s response: X-phemisms and radical constructivism: From world-view to whirled-views. Constructivist Foundations 17(1): 029–032. https://constructivist.info/17/1/029

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