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  1. La disruption du vivant dans l’Anthropocène


    Les biologistes évoquent souvent la disruption des organisations biologiques ou des écosystèmes. Il s'agit par exemple de la disruption des relations écosystémiques par le changement climatique ou des perturbateurs endocriniens, endocrine disruptors en anglais. La notion de disruption correspond-elle…

  2. Organologie et biologie


    Nous recevons Maël Montévil, chercheur CNRS à l’ÉNS de Paris (République des Savoirs). La science demande une pensé théorique : celle-ci propose un regard sur la nature, oblige à en expliciter les principes, guide l’expérience, pose des limites à la connaissance et à l’action. Elle permet une éthique…

  3. How should we think scientifically about biological objects?

    • M Montévil
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    • en
    • Recording available
    • Seminar of the History, Philosophy and Biology Teaching Lab
    • History, Philosophy and Biology Teaching Lab, Universidade Federal da Bahia

    Scholars used Aristotelian reasoning in combination with theology to understand living beings, leading to natural theology, where god was the guarantee of biological norms. Transformism, notably Darwin, provided an alternative to this view; however, this alternative had to be acknowledged by scientists…

  4. The Anastasis of philosophy — seminar


    The multiple crises of philosophy (conceptual, institutional, vocational, political, economic) which have constituted a situation of more than crisis—a criticalisation—from which philosophy will not be able to recover into anything resembling what it was in the past. However, these moments of crises…

  5. Texts as Technologies of Community Building: The Contributive Research Approach


    The concept of ‘contributive research’ was introduced by Bernard Stiegler for the multiple, bifurcating ways communities of care are created and cultivated through the production of knowledge, as opposed to the consumption of information. From this perspective, participation in a community constitutes…

  6. Fundamental theory and epistemology of biology, and applications to the Anthropocene


    Biology is a science where, evolution possibly put aside, theories are not significantly developed. Nevertheless, at the theoretical and epistemological level, we argue that biology raises major challenges, notably in contrast with the theorizations of physics. In a nutshell, biology has to accommodate…

  7. The other beginning of philosophy


    Partager autour de nos initiatives et de nos expériences de terrain. Journée animée par des membres de la Clinique Contributive de l’IRI (institut de recherche et d’innovation)

  8. Écrans, parents, enfants, comment co-habiter?

    • M Montévil
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    • fr
    • CMA Chartreux, 13004 108 Boulevard Françoise Duparc Marseille

    Partager autour de nos initiatives et de nos expériences de terrain. Journée animée par des membres de la Clinique Contributive de l’IRI (institut de recherche et d’innovation)

  9. C2: Historicity, biological organizations and their disruptions


    In biology, despite the elements exposed in the previous session, the epistemology of physics remains pervasive. For example, mathematical models are typically designed and analyzed like in physics, from population genetic to biological morphogenesis. Then, we should rethink theorizing in biology to…

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