Annotation:Annotationen:Piaget’s Legacy: Cognition as Adaptive Activity/W0er5ff75u

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Annotation of Annotationen:Piaget’s_Legacy:_Cognition_as_Adaptive_Activity
Annotation Comment The argument that our concepts, which we abstract from experience, cannot grasp anything that lies beyond our experiential interface, applies not only to the divine but also to any ontological reality posited as independent of the human experiencer.
Last Modification Date 2019-07-26T11:53:17.486Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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