Key word "knowledge (representation)"

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Bettoni M. C. (1990) Cognition, semantics and computers. Poetics 19(1–2): 65–97.
Cáceres E. (2011) Steps toward a constructivist and coherentist theory of judicial reasoning in civil law tradition. Law and neuroscience: Current Legal Issues 13: 459–482.
Jonassen D. H. (1991) Objectivism versus constructivism: Do we need a new philosophical paradigm? Journal of Educational Research 39(3): 5–14. Fulltext at
Peschl M. F. (1992) Construction, representation, and the embodiment of knowledge, meaning, and symbols in neural structures: Towards an alternative understanding of knowledge representation and philosophy of science. Connection Science 4(3–4): 327–338.
Peschl M. F. (1997) The representational relation between environmental structures and neural systems: Autonomy and environmental dependency in neural knowledge representation. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology. and Life Sciences 1(2): 99–121.
Peschl M. F. (2001) Constructivism, cognition, and science: An investigation of its links and possible shortcomings. Special Issue “The Impact of Radical Constructivism on Science” edited by Alexander Riegler. Foundations of Science 6(1–3): 125–161. Fulltext at
Peschl M. P. & Stary C. (1998) The role of cognitive modeling for user interface design representations: An epistemological analysis of knowledge engineering in the context of human-computer interaction. Minds and Machines 8(2): 203–236. Fulltext at
Riegler A. (2007) The radical constructivist dynamics of cognition. In: Wallace B. (ed.) The Mind, the Body and the World: Psychology After Cognitivism?. Imprint, London: 91–115. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2001) Conversation theory: A constructivist, dialogical approach to educational technology. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 8(4): 25–46. Fulltext at
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