Annotation:Annotationen:Knowledge as Environmental Fit/X3553l47nw

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Annotation of Annotationen:Knowledge_as_Environmental_Fit
Annotation Comment Similarly, the problem-solver attempts to conceive a method that will successfully open a path to his or her goal. Any method that does this will serve as well as any other, and to the extent that the problem-solver is successful, his or her know-how is functionally adapted to the constraints of unknowable ontic reality. Note that considerations as to how well a method serves its purpose are secondary in that they require reflection on what has been done as well as the introduction of ulterior values, such as speed, economy, ease of execution, compatibility with the methods used for other problems, etc.
Last Modification Date 2019-09-13T14:26:06.565Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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