Sobre la curaduría de las formas negentrópicas del conocimiento

Joff P. N Bradley, Laura Proasi


Mi intención es considerar el concepto de “viajes de conocimiento” de Bernard Stiegler (Stiegler, 2020a) siguiendo los pasos de la experiencia del confinamiento en tiempos de la pandemia del Corona Virus. Reflexiono sobre este tema, en estos tiempos dentro de mi propio aislamiento, retiro, confinamiento y soledad porque mi interés en el concepto de “viajes de conocimiento” recae sobre cómo utilizar Internet de maneras bifurcatorias para producir lo que Stiegler llama “conocimiento neguentrópico” o nuevas formas de conocimiento, o como lo prefiero yo: experimentos con la búsqueda de la verdad. Con esto en mente, repensando el concepto de curaduría en tanto que cuidado y preservación, de manera distinta, deseo poder contribuir a la investigación educativa y a producir mi propia bifurcación de conocimiento.



Palabras clave

viajes de conocimiento; pandemia, conocimiento neguentrópico; curaduría

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