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Les tensions normatives entre le savoir et le faire dans les philosophies de l'activité.

Abstract : In the history of ideas, serious debates about know-how have been underestimated, despite of major epistemological issues. In the first phase that dates from the early writings from Homeric Greece, the idea of a technical knowledge that defies the desires for an omniscient Logos, gradually took hold. During a second phas initated byt the mediaval engineers and enriched by a legacy that includes figures from F. Bacon to Diderot, through Descartes and Leibniz, it becomes possible to unite the efforts of science, technology and the arts within the same critical perspective. In this work a third phase is identified, from reactions to mass industrialization that began in the nineteenth century and dissociate science and techniques socially and epistemologically. Based on the epistemologies of Canguilhem or Wittgenstein, as well as the work of certain knowledge managers, this work considers the activity as the place of tensions between knowing and doing, and also between norms and values that set all human life.
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Thibaud Hulin. Les tensions normatives entre le savoir et le faire dans les philosophies de l'activité.. Philosophie. Université de Provence - Aix-Marseille I, 2005. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-00311417v1⟩



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