Tag Archives: ethics

Special Section of Journal of Constructivist Psychology on Ethics Published

Published on: Author: Jonathan Raskin

Check out the special section in the Fall 2018 issue of the Journal of Constructivist Psychology: “Constructivism and Ethical Meaning-Making: A Target Article and Responses.” The special section presents a target article that I wrote, followed by various colleagues’ responses to it, and then my responses to them. See below for the full contents of… Continue reading

Special Issue on Ethics Available as Advance Online Publications

Published on: Author: Jonathan Raskin
Cover, Journal of Constructivist Psychology

I have two articles in a special issue on ethics slated to appear in the Journal of Constructivist Psychology. The articles are currently available as advance online publications. Details and links below. Update: This issue has now been published. Special Issue: Constructivism and Ethical Meaning-Making: A Target Article and Responses Article The Inescapability of Ethics… Continue reading

Plenary Address at Personal Construct Congress

Published on: Author: Jonathan Raskin
photo of Sydney, Australia

I will be giving a plenary address at the 20th International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology in Sydney, Australia. The title of the address is “Beyond Relativism and ‘Anything Goes’: A PCP-based Constructivist Model of Ethical Meaning-Making.” Summary: Critics say that constructivism embraces an “anything goes” ethics that permits any position. I disagree.  In my… Continue reading

Ethics Chapter Published

Published on: Author: Jonathan Raskin

New book chapter on ethics! Read it for free online. Printable electronic copies and hard copies can be purchased from the publisher. Raskin, J. D., & Debany, A. E. (2012). The inescapability of ethics and the impossibility of “anything goes”: A constructivist model of ethical meaning-making. In S. Cipolletta & E. Gius (Eds.), Ethics in… Continue reading