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Raskin J. D. (2018) Constructivism, ethics, and knowing what’s right: A reply to McNamee, Burr, McWilliams, Osbeck, and Held. Journal of Constructivist Psychology 31(4): 413–419. Fulltext at
Five responses to Raskin and Debany’s (this issue) original target article on a constructivist model of ethical meaning making are discussed. The authors responding to the article raise many important issues about constructivist approaches to ethics. Differences between social constructionism and constructivism, the importance of multiple modalities of knowing, and a continuing hope for rapprochement between constructivist and realist perspectives are briefly explored.

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