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Gash H. (2000) Epistemological origins of ethics. In: Steffe L. P. & Thompson P. W. (eds.) Radical constructivism in action: Building on the pioneering work of Ernst von Glasersfeld. Routledge/Falmer, London: 80–90. Fulltext at
Lewin’s chapter [Lewin 2000] focuses on the need for a constructivist ethics. His position calls for an analysis of ways in which knowledge and relationships are associated. This response is concerned with the following themes: first, connections between ways of knowing and ways of relating in constructivist writings; second, some constructivist issues in Lewin’s chapter; and third, I describe a series of constructivist intervention studies designed to apply constructivist educational strategies for ethical reasons.

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