ANALYSING DISAGREEMENTS WITHIN THE ESEC: A STUDY

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ANALYSING DISAGREEMENTS WITHIN THE ESEC: A STUDY
Type of text :
Study
Type of referral :
Own initiative
Working group :
DELEGATION FOR FORWARD PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY EVALUATION
Date d'adoption
Date adopted : 11/24/2020
Rapporteur(s) :
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Michel BADRÉ
Overview
Présentation

The COVID-19 health crisis has highlighted the complexity and uncertainty of public decisionmaking today. Refusing to recognise the complexity of such situations can lead to well-known and unfortunately frequent tendencies, including relativism, which holds that since the subject is complex and science cannot give a definitive answer, all opinions are equal, and conspiratorial thinking and mistrust, which hold that important truths are being concealed.