Structuralism

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Harper & Row, 1971 - Philosophy - 153 pages
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An interesting linkage is that Piaget connects the discovery by Galois of the group concept, which revolutionized 19th century quantitative, symbol-driven analysis, with his Constructionist and Structuralist concepts. This linkage has been virtually ignored, probably, in part at least, due to the infamous analytical incompetence of many of the academic workers in related fields. 

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This was a very straightforward overview of structuralist approaches to a wide range of spheres of inquiry. Piaget comes off as a bit arrogant with regard to his unique constructivist perspective ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
MATHEMATICAL
17
PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURES
37
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