Volume 17 · Number 3 · Pages 276–279
Author’s response: The Constructivist Worldview

Bin Liu

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Abstract: The constructivist worldview divides all features in the world into purported external properties and the totality of experience and argues that they are all constructed. The constructivist worldview can also answer the problem of time and explain how the construction chain comes from nothing. Compared with the realist worldview, the constructivist worldview has multiple advantages.

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Liu B. (2022) Author’s response: The constructivist worldview. Constructivist Foundations 17(3): 276–279. https://constructivist.info/17/3/276

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