Post-modern constructivism

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Post-modern constructivism is a variant of constructivist thinking that claims that there is no neutral viewpoint from which to assess the validity of analytical and ethical knowledge claims.[1] It is often contrasted with a more mainstream version of constructivism called 'modern constructivism'.

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  1. ^ Finnemore, Martha; Sikkink, Kathryn (2003-11-28). "Taking Stock: The Constructivist Research Program in International Relations and Comparative Politics". doi:10.1146/annurev.polisci.4.1.391. Retrieved 2017-05-12.