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Anderson J. R., Reder L. M. & Simon H. A. (1998) Radical constructivism and cognitive psychology. Brookings Papers on Education Policy 1: 227–278. Fulltext at
Callebaut W. (2014) Beyond a “Levels View” of Science. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 79–80. Fulltext at
De Jesus P. (2016) Making sense of (autopoietic) enactive embodiment: A gentle appraisal. Phainomena 25(98–99): 33–56. Fulltext at
Deffuant G., Fuchs T., Monneret E., Bourgine P. & Varela F. J. (1995) Semi-algebraic networks: An attempt to design geometric autopoietic models. Artificial Life 2(2): 157–177. Fulltext at
Montebelli A. (2012) Modeling the role of energy management in embodied cognition. Doctoral dissertation No. 1455, University of Linköping / University of Skövde, Sweden . Fulltext at
Navarro M. G. (2012) Epistemología, razonamiento y cognición en el debate historiográfico constructivismo vs reconstructivismo [Epistemology, reasoning and cognition in the historiographical debate on constructivism vs reconstructivism]. Universitas Philosophica 57: 163–187 . Fulltext at
Scholl A. (2011) Der unauflösbare Zusammenhang von Fragestellung, Theorie und Methode. Die reflexive Bedeutung der Methodologie (nicht nur) in der Journalismusforschung [The inextricable connection between research question, theory and method]. In: Jandura O., Quandt T. & Vogelgesang J. (eds.) Methoden der Journalismusforschung. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden: 15–32. Fulltext at
Shear J. (2014) Meditation as first-person methodology: Real promise – and problems. In: Schmidt S. & Walach H. (eds.) Meditation: Neuroscientific approaches and philosophical implications. Springer, New York NY: 57–74. Fulltext at
Varela F. J. (1992) Whence perceptual meaning? A cartography of current ideas. In: Varela F. J. & Dupuy J. P. (eds.) Understanding origins: Contemporary ideas on the origin of life, mind and society. Kluwer, Boston: 235–263. Fulltext at
Völker J. & Scholl A. (2014) Do the Media Fail to Represent Reality? A Constructivist and Second-order Critique of the Research on Environmental Media Coverage and Its Normative Implications. Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 140–149. Fulltext at
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