Volume 5 · Number 1 · Pages 66-67
“Natural Constructivism”: Old Wine in a New Bottle? Review of “Human Language and Objective Reality” by William Cameron
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Upshot: A “natural constructivist” attempt to explain the practice of knowing and other mental talk by showing how these practices have “naturally” emerged, where this natural emergence is in a realist home rather than a constructivist one.
Bolognesi I. P. (2009) “natural constructivism”: Old wine in a new bottle? Review of “human language and objective reality” by william cameron. Constructivist Foundations 5(1): 66-67. http://constructivist.info/5/1/066
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