Pluralidad científica y evaluación de riesgos


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Epistemología; Conocimiento Científico; Controversia Filosófica; Intervención; Ética.

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Pallitto, N. (2020). Pluralidad científica y evaluación de riesgos. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 19(39), 123-146. https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v19i39.2825

Resumen

Las ciencias exhiben intereses, valores, lenguajes, metodologías, representaciones, teorías y ontologías múltiples y plurales. Este reconocimiento ha dado origen en la filosofía de la ciencia al debate monismo vs. pluralismo, arena en la que disputan posturas que valoran negativa o positivamente la pluralidad. En términos generales, los argumentos esgrimidos de un lado y otro se nutren de consideraciones metafísicas o epistemológicas. El objetivo de este trabajo es incorporar al debate argumentos de tipo ético, exhibiendo que, en contextos de intervención científica, cómo se concibe la pluralidad repercute de forma directa en nuestra percepción de los riesgos asociados a determinada intervención.

https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v19i39.2825
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