Ciencia (económica), naturaleza y género

  1. Marcelo Segales Kirzner
Apuntes del CENES

ISSN: 0120-3053

Year of publication: 2009

Volume: 28

Issue: 48

Pages: 27-42

Type: Article

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  • Social Sciences: C


The text presented below suggest some alternatives for economic science, built as a paradigm for mechanism for legitimizing the social and ecological status quo through the radical break between «I» of the scientist and the world around him, give a shift towards the recognition, not non-market activities, but a part of the human being, at present, the dominant discourse does not. This will be good to review and rethink the ecofeminist thought, one of whose tenets is that women, for their special socialization, are capable of more effective responses to safeguard life on the planet.