Representar e intervenir el comportamiento humano en la era de la tecnobiología
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Tecnociencia
Epistemología
Biología del Comportamiento Technoscience
Epistemology
Behavioural Biology

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Pallitto, N. (2018). Representar e intervenir el comportamiento humano en la era de la tecnobiología: un aporte desde la filosofía de la biología. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 17(35). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v17i35.2064

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En la era de la tecnobiología, los saberes de la biología frecuentemente se presentan al público general como una vía segura y eficiente para modificar comportamientos humanos patológicos o indeseables mediante medios tecnológicos. Esta concepción se expresa con especial intensidad en el ámbito de la biomedicina y en el marco del human enhancement. Pero los modos en que las intervenciones tecnológicas allí propuestas se combinan con las representaciones de la biología del comportamiento no ha sido cuidadosamente abordado hasta el momento. En este contexto, en el presente trabajo se explicitan los presupuestos de las intervenciones tecnológicas propuestas en la biomedicina y el human enhancement y se los analiza en el marco de las representaciones de diversos programas de investigación de la biología del comportamiento. La hipótesis general es que las intervenciones sugeridas implican sesgos, omisiones, simplificaciones y equívocos cuando son contrastadas con el conocimiento de la biología del comportamiento. Mientras la mayoría de los estudios filosóficos en tecnociencia se centran en aspectos praxiológicos y axiológicos, aquí se ofrece un abordaje ontológico y epistemológico, diferente pero complementario.

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