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The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism
Edited by B. Poerksen. Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2004.

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Foerster H. von & Poerksen B. (2004) At each and every moment, I can decide who I am: Heinz von Foerster on the observer, dialogic life, and a constructivist philosophy of distinctions. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 1–23.
Glasersfeld E. von & Poerksen B. (2004) We can never know what goes on in somebody else’s head: Ernst von Glasersfeld on truth and viability, language and knowledge, and the premises of constructivist education. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 25–45. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5690
Maturana H. R. & Poerksen B. (2004) The knowledge of knowledge entails responsibility: Humberto R. Maturana on truth and oppression, structure determinism and dictatorship, and the autopoiesis of living. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 47–83.
Poerksen B. (2004) Preface: The circular view of the world. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: vii–xiii. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5692
Roth G. & Poerksen B. (2004) We are constructs of ourselves: Gerhard Roth on the creation of reality in the brain, on a reality independent from human consciousness, and on the relationship between neurobiology and philosophy. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 109–132.
Schmidt S. J. & Poerksen B. (2004) We can never start from scratch: Siegfried J. Schmidt on individuals and society, on the reality of the media, and on the construcilvist conception of empirical knowledge. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 133–152.
Stierlin H. & Poerksen B. (2004) The freedom to venture into the unknown: Helm Stierlin on guilt and responsibility in systemic and constructivist thought, on the dialectical nature of human relations, and on the ethos of the therapist. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 153–171.
Varela F. J. & Poerksen B. (2004) Truth is what works. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter UK: 85–107. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2515
Varela F. J. & Poerksen B. (2004) Truth is what works: Francisco J. Varela on cognitive science, Buddhism, the inseparability of subject and object and the exaggerations of constructivism. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 85–107.
Watzlawick P. & Poerksen B. (2004) Reality: We can only know what it is not: Paul Watzlawick on the axioms of communication, on the hidden realism of psychiatric diagnoses, and on the constructivist vision of human existence. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 173–191. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5697
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