Le caractère inévitablement réducteur des connaissances biologiques et médicales en regard de la culture : le cas de l’hypertension

Abstract : Studied from the grid of the five characteristics of human life: the fonctional totality, the individualisation, the debate with the environment, (experienced and created), the inventive fecondity, the individuals’ subjectivity (senses, fantasms, and mythical narratives), the scientific and medical knowledges, appear to be unavoidably reductive, for they have not taken into account several of the aspects of that human process which lay as a hinderance to the recognition of their constitution as the sole scientific truth. That knowledge must be integrated to that culture, both to bring some remediation to it and to measure the gap which remain and express how insufficient such knowledges may be.
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Guy Rumelhard. Le caractère inévitablement réducteur des connaissances biologiques et médicales en regard de la culture : le cas de l’hypertension. Contextes et Didactiques, Université des Antilles/ESPE, 2009. ⟨hal-02047059⟩

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