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Ceci est le second texte dans notre échange sur Slow Démocratie, par David Djaïz (Editions Allary, 2019).
Few will remember the “Slow Science” movement. In 2011, a group of academics launched a call in The Atlantic for a decelerated research ethic. “We need time to think and we do need time to digest,” their manifesto claimed, including “time to misunderstand each other, especially when fostering lost dialogue between humanities and natural sciences…. Science needs time.” The slow science movement was only part of a general trend towards slowness, from proponents of slow food to adherents of “slow living.” “Slow politics” was bound to join this one day. While Walter Benjamin once claimed that the real task of theRead More »