re: the real meaning of constructivism
Tue, 16 Apr 1996 01:00:41 +0000

Dear Fabrice,

re your first question:

If you have any difficulty in getting hold of the Barbara Held article
subsequent to your enquiry, please send me your snail-mail address by
direct e-mail and I'll pop a photocopy of it in the post to you.

re your second question sharing your interest in
>the constructivist epistemology on the management science
>(and particulary on the strategic management field)
-- this excites me for two reasons.

Firstly, the people in this pcp mailing list who are interested in
management applications of pct and pcp can be numbered on the fingers of
two hands... we sure ain't numerous compared with all those clinicians and
educationalists out there!

Secondly, during my 16 years of close association with European personal
construct psychology, you are only the second Belgian person I have
encountered who has expressed an interest in _any_ form of pcp. (And I've
never encountered a French person with this interest...)

Some of my colleagues and I have deep, involved, and (so far as our last
conference discussion on the topic is concerned- the Reading, U.K. biannual
Conference of the European Association held 2 weeks ago- ) pleasantly
drunken discussions on why this might be, and what this might have to say
about Gallic logical precision and Anglo-Saxon schlamperei.

If you were to send me your snail-mail address, I could also send you a
copy of the European Personal Construct Association _Newsletter_;
together with a promise of utterly no obligation to join!

Kindest regards,

Devi Jankowicz