Volume 18 · Number 3 · Pages 399–400
On the Ontology of Screens and Screen Creatures

Jon Robson

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Open peer commentary on the article “The World of Screen Creatures” by Bin Liu. Abstract: Bin Liu’s target article “The World of Screen Creatures” proposes a new constructivist understanding of our relationship to the (apparent) external world. While there is much that is interesting and innovative in Liu’s account, I suggest that there are some key points for clarification that would help readers to be better able to weigh the merits of his account against its rivals.


Robson J. (2023) On the ontology of screens and screen creatures. Constructivist Foundations 18(3): 399–400. https://constructivist.info/18/3/399

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