La soutenabilité : une question de valeur(s)
The sustainability rises the central question of political economy and its critisim again : the theory of value. Firstly, the question of the ecological sustainability through the supposed value of nature is examinated ; secondly, the question of social sustainability through the relation between work and value is examinated ; and lastly, we demonstrate how the intra and intergenerational equity collexts the two first questions when they are considered in the ethical dimension of values. (Full text in French)
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