Quand les industriels nous enfument - Ép. 1/4 - Agnotologie : la mécanique de l'ignorance. Comment, à une époque où les productions scientifiques foisonnent, l'ignorance résiste-t-elle encore ?
Première diffusion : 30/04/2018 Les industriels du tabac ont produit pendant 40 ans une contre-science qui visait à empêcher tout ce qui aurait pu entraver leur business. Une véritable fabrique de l’ignorance était à l’œuvre que des chercheurs ont mis à jour. Ces « agnotologues » , de agnotologie : la science de l’ignorance, venus de toutes les disciplines, ont démonté les rouages d’une production volontaire de l’ignorance, puis se sont intéressés à des constructions involontaires de l’ignorance comme dans le cas du distilbène. Deux cas emblématiques de mécanismes d’ignorance qui servent toujours de « boîte à outil » pour tous ceux que les connaissances scientifiques incommodent… Produire l'ignorance On va réutiliser les instruments et les valeurs de la science contre elle.
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