Publication 3741

Rasmussen J. (1998) Constructivism and phenomenology what do they have in common, and how can they be told apart? Cybernetics and Systems 29(6): 553–576. Fulltext at
This article discusses two versions of constructivist cognitive theory which are prominent today – Ernst von Glasersfeld’s radical constructivism and Niklas Luhmann’s operative constructivism. This is done by identifying similarities and differences between these theories and Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology. In particular, focus is placed on the problem of solipsism and the concept of reflexivity.

Similar publications:

Log in to view a list of similar publications

The publication has not yet bookmarked in any reading list

You cannot bookmark this publication into a reading list because you are not member of any
Log in to create one.

There are currently no annotations

To add an annotation you need to log in first

Download statistics

Log in to view the download statistics for this publication
Export bibliographic details as: CF Format · APA · BibTex · EndNote · Harvard · MLA · Nature · RIS · Science