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The Concepts of Adaptation and Viability in a Radical Constructivist Theory of Knowledge 1

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  title={The Concepts of Adaptation and Viability in a Radical Constructivist Theory of Knowledge 1},
  author={Theodore Mischel},
  year={2009}
}
Theodore Mischel, to whose memory this chapter on constructivism is dedicated, was interested in epistemology as well as in psychology. In what he did and in what he wrote he never tired of reminding psychologists that their work, if it is to be of real consequence, must be rooted in philosophically firm ground. It is a measure of his success that a panel on ‘‘constructivism’’ can today draw a large and illustrious audience. To add a personal touch, I feel that it is to a large extent due to… 

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