Author D. K. Johnson
David Kenneth Johnson is professor of philosophy at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. He is the author (with Matthew Silliman) of Bridges to the World: A Dialogue on the Construction of Knowledge, Education, and Truth, and has published numerous philosophical essays in the areas of ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, and critical thinking. He lives and plays jazz piano in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts with his wife, Kathleen and two daughters, Sarah and Laura.

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Johnson D. K. (1991) Reclaiming reality: A philosophical critique of Maturana’s ontology of the observer. Methodologia 9: 7–31. Fulltext at
Johnson D. K. (1993) The metaphysics of constructivism. Cybernetics and Human Knowing 1(4): 27–41.
Johnson D. K. (1996) The view from somewhere: A philosophical critique of radical constructivism. Cybernetics and Human Knowing 3(4): 3–19. Fulltext at
Johnson D. K. (2010) Footprints in the Sand: Radical Constructivism and the Mystery of the Other. Constructivist Foundations 6(1): 90–99. Fulltext at
Johnson D. K. & Silliman M. (2009) Bridges to the world: A dialogue on the construction of knowledge, education, and truth. Sense Publishers, Netherlands. Fulltext at
Konold C. & Johnson D. K. (1991) Philosophical and psychological aspects of constructivism. In: Steffe L. P. (ed.) Epistemological foundations of mathematical experience. Springer, New York: 1–13. Fulltext at
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