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À quoi sert l'histoire des sciences

by Michel Morange (writer)
Collection: Sciences en questions
january 2008
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Fields looking at how scientific knowledge is built up have always had a place of their own in the intellectual landscape. Like scientific research, the history, philosophy and sociology of science all set out to make the world more rational. What scientists do in the heat of their research, with great enthusiasm, is no different from the subsequent work done by historians and philosophers. While their work is less intense, historians and philosophers have sufficient hindsight to allow them to see the reasons for the changes in science. It is through their increased rationality that the history, philosophy and sociology of science can help to educate scientists.

Préface

À quoi sert l’histoire des sciences ?

Pourquoi un besoin d’histoire ?
La contribution de l’histoire dans l’enseignement des sciences
Le rôle de l’histoire dans le comportement de chercheurs

L’histoire apporte un surcroît de rationalité
Le mythe du précurseur méconnu
Que signifie « avoir de l’influence » ?
Un exemple d’erreur manifeste
Expliquer l’inexplicable

Quelles leçons pour la science en train de se faire ?
Favoriser la créativité
Des contributions scientifiques de natures différentes
De l’intérêt d’un purgatoire
Les sciences dans la société

Comment répondre au besoin d’histoire ?
Satisfaire le besoin de mémoire
Interroger la recherche actuelle
Favoriser l’interdisciplinarité

Le problème de la « découverte » scientifique
 
Conclusion
 
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Language(s): French

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Sciences en questions

Published: 1 january 2008

Reference Book: 02076

Reference eBook [ePub]: 02076EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: 02076NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782759200825

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759207503

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759202683

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: [NR]

Pages count Book: 72

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 72

Weight (in grammes): 85 (Book)

Size: 450 ko (ePub), 530 ko (PDF)

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