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Le passage des frontières : difficultés et perspectives. L’expérience des frontières cognitives

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  • Claude Paraponaris

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Le partage des connaissances et le dépassement des frontières selon des préoccupations d’économie capitaliste est un sujet prisé depuis trois décennies. Le bilan est toutefois assez modeste et il repose sur un malentendu car conceptuellement le passage des frontières cognitives relève d’une ambition très haute. Les frontières représentent une limite à franchir pour diffuser des connaissances afin d’innover en même temps qu’elles représentent une protection pour les organisations et les institutions scientifiques et techniques. Le pictogramme du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique ne contient-il pas les termes « dépasser les frontières » ? Les frontières sont multiples et a priori objectives : entre projets, entre organisations, entre types de connaissance, entre disciplines scientifiques et bien entendu entre acteurs. Mais sont-elles si objectives que cela ?

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  • Claude Paraponaris, 2017. "Le passage des frontières : difficultés et perspectives. L’expérience des frontières cognitives," Post-Print halshs-01579851, HAL.
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    frontières; cognition; épistémologie; connaissance; transfert;

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