1. Visit and explore the official Radical Constructivism page.
2. Here's a 2 minute video of Ernst von Glasersfeld on "wanting to be right."
I wonder if he thinks he is right to suggest that we care too much about being right? Is it wrong to care about being right? Is that his view? If it is, does he not believe this particular belief of his is right? Why, then, does he believe it? Is it wrong for me to want to be right about his view of what's right? Maybe he simply means to reject "rightness" in favor of viability. Is that right? Or is that rightly thought of as yet another wrong use of right? My head spins.