I wish to acknowledge and thank the following for influence, reading and criticism on earlier drafts of this paper: Seymour Papert, Hal Abelson, Mimi Sinclair, Howard Peelle, Jeanne Bamberger, Don Schon, Sidney Strauss, Melinda diSessa.
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