The Peristroika of Epistemological Politics
AbstractKeynote presentation made to the IFIP Fifth World Conference in Computer Education held in Sydney, Australia in 1990, and printed in Australian Education Computing, 5(1).Reprinted in memory and deepest respect of Professor Seymour Papert and his seminal contribution to educational computing.
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