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Fedyk M. & Xu F. (2017) The epistemology of rational constructivism. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 9: 343–362. Fulltext at
Rational constructivism is one of the leading theories in developmental psychology. But it is not a purely psychological theory: rational constructivism also makes a number of substantial epistemological claims about both the nature of human rationality and several normative principles that fall squarely into the ambit of episte- mology. The aim of this paper is to clarify and defend both theses and several other epistemological claims, as they represent the essential epistemological dimensions of rational constructivism.

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