Trajectoires comparées des nanotechnologies et de l’impression 3D : temporalité et normativité des sciences et technologies

Abstract : Can nanotechnology and 3D printing trajectories help us think the machines’ normativity? If we stick to the rhetoric that these techno-developments give rise, the answer is obvious. These machines are normative because they are carriers of great social, economic, cultural, etc., change projects. It seems to us that the crossing of disciplinary perspectives, highlighting how speeches and practices differ, allows not to reduce the analysis to this single dimension. Some distortions become visible, not only between rhetoric and actual social practices but also sometimes within the discourses and practices. By focusing not only on the fictional time that discourses are using and the suspended time of positive law, we are trying here to think the normativity at work in the techno-scientific objects and practices otherwise.
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Sacha Loeve, Volny Fages, Stephanie Lacour. Trajectoires comparées des nanotechnologies et de l’impression 3D : temporalité et normativité des sciences et technologies. Cahiers, Droit, Sciences et Technologies, Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2016, Regards croisés sur les objets et les pratiques scientifiques et techniques, pp.55-73. ⟨10.4000/cdst.479⟩. ⟨halshs-01772411⟩

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