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LOGOS A Journal, of Religion, Philosophy, Comparative Cultural Studies and Art


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Logos 101

:. Evaldas Juozelis
       Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania





The Union of Scientifically Enlightened Citizens

The article investigates the possible outcomes of assuming that there is no “scientific knowledge” – the self-contained univocal faculty derivable from the natural world order by scientific institutions and therefore immune to external nonscientific (political, economic, ethical, or societal) influences. If speculative attempts to establish and/or (re)construct scientific knowledge are counter-productive, we must consider replacing “scientific knowledge” with a sort of posthumanist scientific erudition. Therefore, the author suggests that scientific activity should be pursued, not by collecting novel methodological and disciplinary capacities, but by “rebooting” the “inquiry mode”: a practical flexibility to mediate socio-political issues, the techno-digital sphere and biological (in a broad sense) makeup.


Key Words: scientific knowledge, posthumanism, F. Nietzsche, EU science policy, scientific values


The journal "LOGOS" is mainly devoted to scholarly studies in all areas of philosophy.
Editor-in-Chief - Dalia Marija Stančienė, Deputy Editor-in-Chief - Gintautas Vyšniauskas, Copy Editors - Aldona Radžvilienė, John F.X. Knasas

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