La fragmentation de la science à l'épreuve des start-ups.
Retour critique sur un constructivisme social au travers de l'étude des modes de coordination des pratiques scientifiques et marchandes lors des projets de création d'entreprise par des chercheurs du secteur public.

Abstract : Antidifferenciationnist sociology of science proclaims or describes the collapse of boundaries between science and industry. The archetype of this new heteronomical science would be the "entrepreneur researcher", whose "entrepreneurial spirit" would allow better communication with the economic world. Translated into the political sphere, this idea becomes a common "doxa". In reaction against the failure of foundationalist forms of philosophy, this antidifferenciationnism, often overlapping with social constructivism, relies on a radical and controversial epistemology. The aim of this work is to bypass this kind of metaphysical dispute, in order to permit a fruitful discussion of the question of science's autonomy. I propose several concepts which are then used for analysis of data collected for 81 entrepreneur-researchers (supplemented by case studies). This empirical study demonstrates the limits of antidifferenciationnist theory.
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Erwan Lamy. La fragmentation de la science à l'épreuve des start-ups.
Retour critique sur un constructivisme social au travers de l'étude des modes de coordination des pratiques scientifiques et marchandes lors des projets de création d'entreprise par des chercheurs du secteur public.. Philosophie. Université Paris-Diderot - Paris VII, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00104551⟩

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