Will this Covid 19 pandemic also reveal how complex science is? Philosopher Edgar Morin in conversation with Béatrice Delvaux (Le Soir).
What the current pandemic could teach us, according to the philosopher-sociologist Edgar Morin, is not loosing faith in sciences but the importance of controversies in sciences, the fact that they are refutable and never an absolute truth. Uncertainty is part of the human condition. Complex thought or system thinking are crucial with regard to a complex world. Edgar Morin considers himself an anthropologist, reflecting on the human interconnections of individuals, society and species; away from the compartementalization of knowledge and dogmatism.
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