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Title: Un acercamiento al proceso gnoseológico desde la perspectiva de Edgar Morin y Paul Feyerabend
An approach to the gnoseological process from the perspective of Edgar Morin and Paul Feyerabend
Publisher: Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios - UNIMINUTO
Description: El presente artículo consiste en observar el discurso científico como un campo de luchas y enfrentamientos entre diversas posturas e intereses individuales y colectivos. Nuestro objetivo es mostrar que el llamado “método científico” puede devenir un instrumento de legitimación en el terreno epistemológico de algunos intereses políticos. En este sentido, al estar inscrito en la dinámica social el discurso es un “bien del que los sujetos se apropian y como todo “bien” es motivo de luchas y disputas. Por tanto el derecho a la inclusión pertenece, en cada sistema a un grupo determinado de individuos. Es por ello que la distribución igualitaria del derecho a participar
This article consists of observing the scientific speech as a field of confrontations between diverse positions and different individual and collective interests. Our goal is to show that the call “scientific method” can become an instrument of legitimating in the epistemological field of the some political interests. In this sense, when being enrolled in social dynamics the speech is a “propriety” who the actors take it control and as all “propriety” it is reason for fights and disputes. Therefore the right to the inclusion belongs, in each system to a determined group of individuals. It is for that reason that the egalitarian distribution of the right to participate in the communication is obtained through fights, combats and resistance.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10656/9252
Other Identifiers: https://revistas.uniminuto.edu/index.php/POLI/article/view/192
10.26620/uniminuto.polisemia.5.8.2009.91-98
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