| Ernst von Glasersfeld
cybernetician (born in 1917 in Munich with Austrian citizenship), he
large parts of his life in Ireland (1940s, where he worked as a
Italy (1950s, where he worked for Silvio Ceccato and the Italian
School) and the USA (where he is currently Emeritus Professor of
the University of Georgia and Research Associate at the University of
upon Vico, Piaget’s
genetic epistemology, Berkeley’s theory of
perception, von Glasersfeld developed his model of radical constructivism, giving a
great contribution to the development and spreading of such
- von Glasersfeld, E. (1987). The
knowledge: Contributions to conceptual semantics. Seaside, CA: Intersystems
Glasersfeld, E. (1994, April). The
incommensurability of scientific and poetic knowledge. Expanded
of a talk given at the International Congress on Science,
and Consciousness, Instituto Piaget, Lisbon.
Glasersfeld, E. (1995). Radical constructivism: A way of knowing
learning. London & Washington: The Falmer
Glasersfeld, E. (1997). The
conceptual construction of time. Presented at Mind and Time,
8-10 September 1996.
Glasersfeld, E. (1997). Distinguishing
the observer: An attempt at interpreting Maturana.
Glasersfeld, E. (2003). An
exposition of constructivism: Why some like it radical.
Gabriele Chiari & M. Laura Nuzzo