How, if at all, does your theory of Radical constructivism account for what I would term
biologically determined biases which influence "experience"? The factors of the FFM would be examples.
i.e., how do you separate what is constructed from artifacts or influences originating in the
michael nowacki firstname.lastname@example.org
The question concerning ‘biases which influence experience’ suggests that
the questioner believes that there is a knowable objective reality relative to which experience could be
shown to have a bias. Radical Constructivism does not deny a world beyond our experiential interface, but it denies
the possibility of knowing it. Hence there is no sense in speaking of a bias in this context. Experience is what we
believe it to be - if you and I agree that we have certain experiences in common, we may judge a third person’s
experience to be biased. But, ultimately, the viability of what we do on the basis of our experiences is the only
Since I don’t know what the acronym FFM stands for, I cannot express any
opinion about it.