Les engagements épistémiques des théories de la complexité
The conference “Epistemic commitments of complexity theories” aims at gathering practitioners of the field, as well as researchers in philosophy, history, sociology, in order to address the axiological, ideological and political aspects of some of the most important complexity theories: complex systems sciences (Santa Fe Institute style), cybernetics and systemics (autopoiesis, Hayekian neoliberalism, Odum ecology, etc.)…
What kind of ontology of the social world is implicit in complexity theories?
What performative and normative effects do such ontologies have on complexity specialists’ views of politics?
- Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Marc_Lévy-Leblond)
- Marc Barthelemy (http://cams.ehess.fr/marc-barthelemy/)
- Sébastien Dutreuil (https://otmed.academia.edu/SebastienDutreuil)
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