Meaning Making, Learning, Subjectivity

George Siemens, Connectivism Blog, Jan 12, 2006
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I keep postponing this link because I want to write a response to this. But maybe I should just post the link and let it speak for itself, saying for now only that George Siemens questions my assertions about the subjectivity of knowledge. "I'm comfortable stating that everything we see/do is personally interpreted. In many cases, however, an objective concept exists as a tempering point for assigning value to my subjectivity." I'll get my chance to discuss this with him online shortly; for now I'll simply ask what that objective concept could be and how we would know we got it right even when we hit it.
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