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SANCEN CONTRERAS, Fernando. Science and éthos: An ethics turned to the future (about the Diskursethik of Jürgen Habermas). Sig. Fil [online]. 2013, vol.15, n.29, pp.39-69. ISSN 1665-1324.

The Diskursethik of Jürgen Habermas is analysed in order to consider, in the field of Ethical reflection, the change that Science and Technology drive into Society. It is pointed out that Diskursethik does not take into account the historicity of human being and suscribes a kantian position that separate rationality fromphenomenology. Facing Habermas's denial to recognize a value to science different from its submission to dictum of theoretical reason, this paper offers the main features of a dynamical ethics which sees the future of humanity and nature as its own object.

Keywords : science; future; historicity; norm; subject.

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