Ciudadanía democrática y "ethos" científicouna perspectiva pragmatista

  1. Mougan Rivero, Juan Carlos 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Cádiz
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    Universidad de Cádiz

    Cádiz, España

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Revista:
Daimon: revista internacional de filosofía

ISSN: 1130-0507 1989-4651

Any de publicació: 2022

Número: 85

Pàgines: 113-128

Tipus: Article

DOI: 10.6018/DAIMON.398791 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDIGITUM editor

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Resum

The erosion of confidence in the epistemic capacities of citizenship has at its root the radical separation between facts and values ​​that pragmatism has considered as the key to our culture. Today it is possible to overcome dualism on the basis of a set of virtues and individual dispositions that are both ethical and epistemic. This entanglement between the ethical and the epistemic highlights the overlap between a deliberative conception of democracy with its demand for a civic ethic and the requirements of an ethics of scientific research within the framework of a democratic society

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