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Deprez S. (2010) De l’arbre cartésien au bateau de Neurath. Plaidoyer pour des frontières mouvantes. In: Blaquart J.-L. & Lecuit J. B. (eds.) Repenser l’humain. La fin des évidences. L’Harmattan, Paris: 139–157.
The realist and reductionist epistemology is problematic about ethics where the being determines what ought to be. In this paper, I refer to Otto Neurath and his version of constructivism, which considers knowledge as a project and a production, and not only as an object and a discovery. In this view, the boundaries between being and what ought to be are reshaped, to the benefit of the ethical debate and the participation of citizens in scientific discussions.
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