Author L. Smith
Leslie Smith is an Emeritus Professor at Lancaster University currently working on his book Piaget’s Developmental Epistemology for publication by Cambridge University Press. His main interests are the English translation and the rampant mistranslation of Piaget’s work, and Piaget’s major problem, the historical origin of atemporal necessary knowledge.

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Sheya A. & Smith L. B. (2010) Development through sensorimotor coordination. In: Stewart J., Gapenne O. & Di Paolo E. A. (eds.) Enaction: Toward a new paradigm for cognitive science. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 123–144.
Smith L. (1987) A constructivist interpretation of formal operations. Human Development 30(6): 341–354.
Smith L. (1999) What exactly is constructivism in education?. Studies in Science Education 33: 149–160. Fulltext at
Smith L. (2002) Review of: Jean Piaget 1968–1979: Une decennie de recherches sur les mecanismes de construction cognitive. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 20: 152–154. Fulltext at
Smith L. (2017) Knowledge in mind: Piaget’s epistemology. In: Carré D. M., Valsine J. & Hampl S. (eds.) Representing development: The social construction of models of change. Routledge, London: 166–178. Fulltext at
Smith L. (2018) Piaget’s Infancy Journal: Epistemological Issues. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 85–87. Fulltext at
Smith L. B. & Gasser M. (2005) The development of embodied cognition: Six lessons from babies. Artificial Life 11: 13–30. Fulltext at
Smith L. B. & Thelen E. (2003) Development as a dynamic system. Trends Cogn Sci 7(8): 343–348.
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