The fallacy of constructivism

Goodheart, Eugene
March 1995
Clio;Spring95, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p323
Academic Journal
Refutes the arguments posed by constructivism on the totality of the human person. Human person as an integral part of society; Loss of freedom; Empowerment of the human person as the central tenet of constructivism.


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