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Comment construire des savoirs transversaux face à l'excès d'économie ?

Abstract : Since few years, sustainable development has obtained the statut of concept. In the scientific vocabulary, it means that there's a research program to identify its origin, nature, laws (principles) and consequences. Today that scientific synthesis drives us to think about the relevance and modalities of education for sustainable development. In other words, we must bring out transversal knowledge in three areas of sustainable development (environmental, social, economics). This quest is only possible if ecology is able to absorb the economy, and if it becomes a social science. Indeed, seeking to emancipate itself from the forces of nature, the economy has built rules (optimization's program) and tools (markets) that have nothing to concern with the adjustment procedures of the biosphere and the sociosphere.
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Arnaud Diemer. Comment construire des savoirs transversaux face à l'excès d'économie ?. Colloque International "Education au développement durable et à la biodiversité : concepts, questions vives, outils et pratiques", Digne les Bains, 2010, Oct 2010, Digne Les Bains, France. pp.137-178. ⟨halshs-00957874⟩



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