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Rediscovering the links between science and anarchy to support thinking on "undisciplined" research and it essential responsability

Abstract : This article returns to the etymological roots of word "communication" to ask how knowledge can become "common" to all, how scientific knowledge can be built up outside the well-worn paths of discilines. It offers two answers : by developing an ethic dialogue between "unidiscilpline" and responsability, wich is possible by adopting an epistemology that breaks away from the fantasy that Reason is capable of expressing Truth absolutely and totally. In other words, we need the anarchist lessons of Kropotkin and Feyerabend, to whom the construction of scientific knowledge must be governed by the quest for researcher's emancipation
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Eric Dacheux. Rediscovering the links between science and anarchy to support thinking on "undisciplined" research and it essential responsability. Hermès, La Revue- Cognition, communication, politique, CNRS-Editions, 2013, Interdisciplinarité : entre discipline et indiscipline, pp.P.192-198. ⟨sic_01180374⟩

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