Annotation:Annotationen:Knowledge as Environmental Fit/Ab8fb8wrqd

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Annotation of Annotationen:Knowledge_as_Environmental_Fit
Annotation Comment From the radical constructivist perspective, “knowledge” fits reality in much the same way that a key fits a lock that it is able to open. The fit describes a capacity of the key, not a property of the lock. When we face a novel problem, we are in much the same position as the burglar who wishes to enter a house. The “key” with which he successfully opens the door might be a paper clip, a bobby pin, a credit card, or a skillfully crafted skeleton key. All that matters is that it fits within the constraints of the particular lock and allows the burglar to get in.
Last Modification Date 2019-09-13T14:25:19.856Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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