Dec 7 Colloque international « Scepticisme, pragmatisme et philosophie du langage ordinaire » (Collaboration)

Collaboration au: Colloque international « Scepticisme, pragmatisme et philosophie du langage ordinaire » 7 décembre 2013 Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne UFR de Philosophie 17 rue de la Sorbonne, Paris 5ème, escalier C, 1er étage, droite, salle Lalande. Centre de Philosophie Contemporaine de la Sorbonne (PhiCo EA3562) Avec la collaboration de : GDRI PloCo CNRS Philosophie du langage ordinaire et conceptions ordinaires en sciences sociales PEPS CNRS PSL* … Continuer de lire Dec 7 Colloque international « Scepticisme, pragmatisme et philosophie du langage ordinaire » (Collaboration)

Dec 2 Matthias Gross Fostering the Utility of Ignorance: Nonknowledge and the Experimental Society

Matthias Gross is professor of environmental sociology at the University of Jena and, by joint appointment, the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig, Germany. Back to the program of the DEC 2-3 Workshop Selection of recent publications on the topic: Gross, Matthias 2014. “Self-Knowledge, Gender Roles, and the Making of the Secret Gospels: A Chapter in the Sociology of Nonknowledge,” Journal of Historical Sociology … Continuer de lire Dec 2 Matthias Gross Fostering the Utility of Ignorance: Nonknowledge and the Experimental Society

Dec2 Albert Ogien (CNRS EHESS) Trust in Science, Trust in Scientists

Webpage For some, trust is a cognitive phenomenon, for others an emotional or attitudinal one, for a last group a moral and social one. This indeterminacy immediately confronts us with the paradox of trust : on the one hand, it is a combination of knowledge and ignorance ; and on the other hand, it implies a kind of leap of faith that always exceeds any justification. … Continuer de lire Dec2 Albert Ogien (CNRS EHESS) Trust in Science, Trust in Scientists

Dec 2 Stuart Firestein (Columbia University), Elite Ignorance

Stuart Firestein Webpage Back to the program of the DEC 2-3 Workshop Une conférence sur un thème proche / Another talk on Ignorance, at TED: Abstract Elite Ignorance Science produces questions more than it generates answers. Among scientists that is a matter of such common knowledge that it is rarely stated explicitly.  But, like the jargon filled language that passes as easy conversation for the … Continuer de lire Dec 2 Stuart Firestein (Columbia University), Elite Ignorance

Dec 3 Linsey McGoey Pyrrhic Ontologies: On Social Theories that Eat Themselves

Dr Linsey McGoey is Lecturer in Sociology at the university of Essex. Linsey McGoey est Maître de conférences au département de sociologie de l’université d’Essex. Page. Pyrrhic ontologies: on social theories that eat themselves First, the paper surveys recent what I term “varieties of strategies ignorance” – the multiple and varied ways that different disciplines, from philosophy to economics, have treated the productive uses of ignorance in organizational … Continuer de lire Dec 3 Linsey McGoey Pyrrhic Ontologies: On Social Theories that Eat Themselves

Dec 2 Nathalie Jas & Didier Torny Studying ignorance before, after and beyond agnotology. A literature review

Dec 2: Studying ignorance before, after and beyond agnotology. A literature review Nathalie Jas ( RiTME , INRA) & Didier Torny ( RiTME , INRA) We identified three traditions in philosophy and social sciences that directly deal with ignorance. The first, largely Germanic and sociological, focused on the concept of Nichtwissen, considers that ignorance is a byproduct of knowledge, whether individual (cognitive approach) or collective … Continuer de lire Dec 2 Nathalie Jas & Didier Torny Studying ignorance before, after and beyond agnotology. A literature review

DEC 2-3, 2013: Doubt, Ignorance and Science. New Perspectives on Knowledge

This is the reference page for the Workshop, please visit before Dec2 for the last updates in the program. Lundi 2 décembre 2013, ENS, 45, rue d’Ulm, Salle des Actes 10h00 : Accueil et introduction. Ouverture par M. Marc Mézard, directeur de l’Ecole normale supérieure. 10h30 : Stuart Firestein (Columbia University), Elite Ignorance 11h30 : Matthias Gross (UFZ Leipzig), Fostering the Utility of Ignorance: Nonknowledge and the Experimental … Continuer de lire DEC 2-3, 2013: Doubt, Ignorance and Science. New Perspectives on Knowledge