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causally. The relationship “function–form” is asymmetric, meaning form follows function. If observing the construction is the issue, then we are dealing with second-order observation. This means observing differ- ences with regard to their bilateral form, in other words, their implicit inclusion of what they exclude. Consequently, second- order observation is also the observation of observers, since dif- ferences can only exist if established by a viewer. Flexibility and a certain degree of freedom then become possible for the con- struction (> Constructivism

Constructivism the Twentieth Century. New York: St. Martin's P, 1977, 136-64. Grimm, Gunter. Rezeptionsgeschichte: Grundlegung einer Theorie. Munich: Fink, 1977. Hohendahl, Peter Uwe, ed. Sozialgeschichte und Wir- kungsasthetik: Dokumente zur empirischen und marxistischen Rezeptionsforschung. Frankfurt: Ath- enaum, 1974. Holub, Robert C. Reception Theory: A Critical Intro- duction. London: Methuen, 1984. Link, Hannelore. ' "Die Appellstruktur der Texte" und "em Paradigmawechsel in der Literaturwissenschaft" ' Jahrbuch der deutschen Schillergesellschaft 7 (1973

Sats – Nordic Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 7-41 © Philosophia Press 2007 Normative Constructivism Hegel’s Radical Social Philosophy Kenneth R. Westphal University of Kent, Canterbury Abstract Onora O’Neill has contributed enormously to moral philosophy (broadly speaking, including both ethics and political philosophy) by identifying Kant’s unique and powerful form of normative constructivism. Frederick Neuhouser has contributed similarly by showing that all of Hegel’s standards of moral rationality aim to insure the complete development of three

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: Philosophical Papers, vol. 1, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Troelstra, A. S. and D. van Dalen: 1988, Constructivism in Mathematics: an Introduction, North-Holland, Amsterdam.