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La technique est-elle condamnée à entrer par effraction dans notre culture ?

Abstract : Humanity is made of technical objects. Despite of this fact, technique is not considered as a cultural matter especially in engineering schools where it should be taught. As teachers and searchers at the INSA Lyon, we have experienced the way and the difficulties to develop this technical culture.
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Joelle Forest, Céline Nguyen, Marianne Chouteau, Marie Pierre Escudié. La technique est-elle condamnée à entrer par effraction dans notre culture ?. Revue Phronesis, Institut de recherche sur les pratiques éducatives/Champ social, 2015, 4 (2), pp. 9-20. ⟨halshs-01213026⟩

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